Sub-Saharan Africa

The amount of greenhouse gases produced for any given person, entity or practice.

The belief that non-human entities have spirits, prominent among hunter-gatherers yet evolving into subsequent cultures.

The downsides of a heavy reliance on one or more primary commodities such as oil, that include corruption, wildly fluctuating government revenues and stunted economic development

A Somali-based militant Islamic group.

Currency from another country.

A country in which the city and the state are essentially one and the same.

A French-based creole language spoken in Mauritius.

Goods that come from agriculture, forestry, mining, and fishing.

(ITCZ) A belt of low pressure around the equator.

A giant continent that broke up around 180 million years into Africa, Australia, Antarctica, India and South America.

The region of the world that falls between the Tropic of Cancer (23.43 degrees North) and the Tropic of Capricorn (23.43 degrees South).

The money that temporary and permanent migrants send back to their home country.