The island of Bermuda has no fresh-water springs, rivers or lakes so the design of its roofs is essential for collecting rainwater.
This is such as distinct, localized example of how people adapt to their physical environment. It explains why a particularly cultural landscape is prevalent, and the article nicely shows how traditional island living comes into conflict with tourist expectations and consumption patterns. Tons of good geographic factors in this issue for students to analyze.
Tags: water, tourism, sustainability, architecture, consumption, landscape, Bermuda, environment adapt.
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