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15_Cities of the Future

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Cities of the Future
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What trends have we seen? Population Growth and Migration Both rural to urban and economic Infrastructure Traffic, congestion Housing crisis Economic competition Class systems And so on and so on…
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Six Biggest World Cities (MSAs) 2000 Tokyo, Japan: 27 million Mexico City, Mexico: 18 million Sao Paulo, Brazil: 18 million New York , USA: 16 million Mumbai, India (formerly Bombay): 16 million Los Angeles, US: 13 million http://www.citypopulation.de/World.html
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Six Biggest World Cities (MSAs) 2050 Dhaka, Bangladesh: 48 million Delhi, India: 41 million Mumbai, India: 38 million Karachi, Pakistan: 32 million Jakarta, Indonesia: 32 million Tokyo, Japan: 28 million
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Biggest US Cities (MSAs) 2050 New York City: 21 million Los Angeles: 17 million
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Ten Human Geographies of the 21 Century
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1. An urbanizing world Urbanization will continue to concentrate a growing population on comparably less land Urban agglomerations will grow bigger and continue to dominate the landscape taking over rural areas City connectedness will increase (agglomeration)
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2. Urban connectedness,
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