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 Haiti                                    Section 1: Haiti is 27,750 square kilometres Haiti has an population of 10.85 million As you can see Haiti is a very poor country but some parts of Haiti are rich and here’s a picture of the rich side.                                   Section 2:Haiti Is a very poor country and they dont have many things like what we do and they try to use their resources properly and so the items don’t go to waste cause after all Haiti is a very poor country. Non-renewable resources are a bit hard to get in a poor country so they usually use renewable resources because they can get a lot of it.In Haiti all the resources they get they use them VERY useful,  because Non-renewable resources are hard for this poor country to get unlike renewable resources they can get them easily but they still use them useful so it doesn’t go to waste.Natural Resources in Haiti:Copper calcium CarbonateGold                                          MarbleandHydropowerThe four types of non-renewable resources are oil, natural gas, coal and uranium.PROS: for small hydropower, smart grid and biomass systems make Haiti an interesting renewable energy prospect. Much of the population relies on biomass such as charcoal and wood fuel as their main source of energy.CONS: When you get too much of an item you can’t use it properly cause there is too much of 1 type of things and you need other resources too. a graph      Haiti never misuse any of their resources because their such a poor country they can’t afford to  get the same supplies again and again and again. They use their resources properly  and they don’t misuse anything .                                   Section 3:According to many websites Haiti is VERY filthy and Haiti looks like some sort of disaster happened there. Random Fact:     According to an AID  report, Haiti is suffering from a degree of environmental degradation almost without equal in the entire world.” The virgin forests that once covered the entire country have now been reduced to 4% of the total land area. According to United Nations sources, Haiti loses 3% of its forests every year. Copied off a site its just a fun fact lol    Haiti hugs the western coast of Hispaniola, which is also home to the Dominican Republic. With water flowing out from the Great Lakes, the largest source of freshwater in the world, it’s little wonder the St. Lawrence maritime estuary a place where fresh and saltwater mix is one of the largest and deepest estuaries in the world. Freshwater increasingly mixes with saltwater for nearly 250 km, from Île d’Orléans, near Quebec City, to Pointe-des-Monts, northeast of Baie Comeau on the St. Lawrence River’s north shore.                                      Section 4:If i was rich like Donald Trump or Bill Gates I would help Haiti and give them the proper resources to live.One thing that ill improve on on is grow trees in Haiti because if we have more trees we have more oxygen and more wood for shelter. Another thing I would do is get dirt trucks for Haiti’s environment because there is garbage everywhere.   The midst of the French Revolution (1789–1ed in the Haitian Revolution (1791–1804)  culminating in the ab799 slaves and free people of colour revoltolition of slavery and the defeat of Napoleon Bonaparte’s army at the Battle of Vertières. Afterward the sovereign nation of Haiti was established on 1 January 1804 the first independent nation of Latin America and the Carbibean, the second republic in the Americas, and the only nation in the world established as a result of a successful slave revolt. The rebellion that began in 1791 was led by a former slave Army, Toussaint Louverture, whose military nd the first black general of the French genius and political acumen transformed an entire society of slaves into an independent country. Upon his death in a prison in France, he was succeeded by his lieutenant Jean-Jacques Dessalines, who declared Haiti’s sovereignty and later became the first Emperor of Haiti, Jacques I. The Haitian Revolution lasted just over a dozen years; and apart from Alexandre Pétion, the first President of the Republic, all the first leaders of government were former slaves. The Citadelle Laferrière is the largest fortress in the Americas. Haiti is receiving money and MORE supplies for there country and they are getting more clothing, food, water and mechanical truck and stuff so they can  mine more to get more money for themselves. If we take 1 of Haiti’s natural resource which could be like Gold or Marble Haiti will make SOOO less money so then they could barely even have food for a whole family and the Haiti people will die and be extinct.   1 thing that I have found out on a site is that some of Haiti’s miners rush so they find more Gold and stuff so then they think that they could get more money but they just get like 20 extra dollars. Too me that’s nothing because I could just sell that for 1 mill because 1 Gold brick is worth 1 million dollars in canada and in Haiti 1 mill of Canadian dollars is 51.57 M so I think that their workers are getting WAAAAAYYYYYY too ripped off. If is can reduce the impact of our resource’s I would make a limit that we can dig into the group or something because since Haiti is a poor country some of them want a lot of money so they don’t worry that they won’t starve or anything else.