What is the overall effectiveness on urban regeneration?
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Some organisms can regrow damaged or lost body parts like a starfish. Regeneration is the process that uses cell division to regrow body parts. Regeneration is the ability to replace damaged or missing body parts. For example, once an Elk looses its antlers, each year, they grow new ones.
From internet geography site, the causes of urbanisation are:. People are pushed to urban areas because they believe they will have better standard living and greater job opportunities.. Then, lack of resources and facilities in rural areas make people go to cities.. The effects are:. Many unemp…loyement in cities.. Traffic jam, pollution, and higher crime rate because there are too many people in cities. (MORE)
1) Increased population leads to more waste, garbage and byproducts. 2) Natural habitats destroyed for housing purposes 3) Poor waste management causes the spread of disease and pollution 4) Food demand increases and more land needs to be cleared for food production 5) High density of people… can lead to conflicts and the quick spread of health problems (MORE)
They tend to improve life for many people. But they put other people's nose out of joint. Computers have made millions redundant. But they have also created whole new industries.
The primary advantage of urbanization is that when population is concentrated in cities, people have less distance to travel to work, and less distance to travel for most other purposes (such as shopping). And travel is very expensive, both for the people who do it and for the environment. An urban …environment creates an opportunity for bigger and better community resources such as libraries, theaters, sports arenas, etc. Big cities can afford things that small towns can't. (MORE)
Urbanization can have a positive impact on development issues such as poverty, inequality and environmental degradation
Urban Regeneration is a biological term used to describe therebirth of urban areas. Regeneration comes into play when thesesocieties face a decline due to compounding pressures.
the answer is 1 reason starvation, 2 people going hungry, 3 citizens not getting food and 4 the lack of food for people to have due to the lack of resources available for the growing number of people
1) Increased population leads to more waste, garbage and byproducts. 2) Natural habitats destroyed for housing purposes 3) Poor waste management causes the spread of disease and pollution 4) Food demand increases and more land needs to be cleared for food production 5) High density of people… can lead to conflicts and the quick spread of health problems Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_negative_effects_of_urbanization#ixzz1NpD4ko2c (MORE)
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Specifically! The physical act of human sprawl throughout the dwelling places that are not theirs [HABAKKUK 1:4-5-6.]; has eliminated vast areas of land, that migratory wild life required to make safe migration. The reason! . Vanity of vanities, saith the preacher, vanity of vanities; all is …vanity. [ECCLESIASTES 1:2.] . I said in mine heart concerning the estate of the son's of men , that god might manifest them, and that thy might see that they themselves are beasts. For that which befall eth the sons of man, befall eth beasts; as the one di eth so die th the other; yea, they have all one breath; so that a man hath no preeminence above a beast: For All Is Vanity . [ECCLESIASTES 3:18-19.] . (MORE)
As countries pursue development and industrialization drives, the need to build urban centres become certain. It is in this pursuance that leads to somewhat neglect of the no urban centres. This calls for people in the rural areas desiring to move to the urban centres. Every man wants a standard of …living better than where he is now thus; the drive to move to the urban centres becomes obvious. In the developing countries, this passion becomes so great that the movement becomes rampant. The purpose of this piece is to reflect on the serious problem of excessive rural-urban migration and rising urban unemployment and underemployment in developing countries and how to restore a proper balance between rural economic and social opportunities to curb rural-urban migration. Rural areas are isolated areas of an open country with low population density. Occupation by the rural folks is mostly primary in nature. For instance, farming, lumbering, fishing, quarrying etc. are the major activities offered by the rural people. Most of the industries are being concentrated in the urban centres. It becomes relatively hard for the rural folks to make ends meet. Since the available occupations in the rural areas are mostly primary, they offer a low profit capital and the few elite are not motivated because of the primary nature, and fewer wage offered by the jobs in the rural areas, not much to be desired. The seasonality of the primary job or the agricultural activity which they are engaged in results to seasonal unemployment and the small scale business industries are been wiped off by the demand for the technological products from the urban centres thus causing structural unemployment. This leaves much people in the rural areas unemployed in most part of the year. Rural areas are characterized with chronic food insecurity widespread and livelihoods are more vulnerable. Rural folks have limited access to basic social services, safe water, roads that are accessible year round, and electricity and telephone services. Poverty is most severe among rural farmers, who are mainly traditional small-scale producers. About six in ten small-scale rural farmers are poor, and many are women. Women bear heavy workload in addition to their domestic chores, they are responsible for about 60 per cent of agricultural production. More than half the women who head households in rural areas are among the poorest 20 per cent of the population. The fate of the youth and students in rural area is not promising. They are mostly at disadvantage to their counterparts at urban areas who have easy access to quality education, internet facilities, employment opportunities, better health care and opportunities for advancement. Notwithstanding these disadvantages, the rural folks are facing, they enjoy certain advantages. For instance, living in a rural area allows residents to enjoy the natural environment instead of having to go to recreational sites. In addition, rural people do not have to struggle with the daily stresses of urban life such as being stuck in traffic, dealing with higher rates of crime, and in many cases, paying higher taxes. These absences of stressors can have a great effect on the overall quality of life and as one researcher notes, "People living in rural and sparsely populated areas are less likely to have mental health problems than those living in urban areas and may also be less likely to relapse into depression or mental illness once they have recovered from these in more densely populated areas" (J. W. Combs 1960). The big question is, are these advantages much enough than the disadvantages to motivate those there (rural folks) to stay there? The big response to the big the question is "NO" since its disadvantages outweigh that of the advantages. These phenomena is the main push factor causing the rural folks to move to areas (urban areas) having comparative advantage than the rural areas (thus from the rural areas to the urban centers) (Samkof, 2002). Urban area is an area with relatively high population density that contains a set of closely related activities. Urban areas are endowed with free-standing built-up area with a service core with a sufficient number and variety of shops and services, equipped with better administrative, commercial, education, entertainment and other social and civic functions. Urban areas generally have advanced systems for sanitation, utilities, land usage, housing, and transportation. Parents in the urban areas have a number of choices available for the education of their children and can often select from a long list of both public and private school districts, which leads to the potential for better education. It is also worth noting that urban areas offer residents the possibility to choose from a range of employment opportunities at any number of companies or organizations. Aside from this, urbanites have better access to choices in healthcare as well and if they suffer from diseases they have a number of specialists to choose from in their area. Development is mostly concentrated in the urban areas which intend to facilitate interaction between people and businesses, benefiting both parties in the process. There is a widely availability of modern amenities like the internet, telephone and satellite communication facilities in the urban areas. Majority of the households in urban areas are blessed with technological advancement or products which lead to effective and efficient work done since most of the jobs are done technologically instead of man power. Urban folks are at an advantage of using these technological amenities (internet facilities and computer) to broaden the scope of their knowledge compared to their counterparts at the rural area where these products (technological products) are limited, and in most cases lacking. Again there is unlimited access to financial opportunities to the urban producer. His rural colleague being poor in nature has limited access to financial institutions. The presence of credit available to the urban producers to expand their business and engage in other ventures is one of the advantages the urban folks have over the rural folks who although have the available raw materials, lack the capital and technological expertise which can be provided by the financial sectors. As stated earlier these advantages compel most of the rural folks to move to the urban centers to have access to the numerous advantages endowed in those areas. The act of moving from the rural area to the urban centers for economic and social opportunities is term as rural-urban migration. Rural-urban migration has led to urban areas in developing countries to witness a rapid increase in urban population concentration within the past decades. In Ghana, for example, the urban population in1960 was 23 percent of the total population. The proportion increased by almost10 percent to 32 percent in 1984 (Statistical Service of Ghana, 1988). This has engendered both scholarly and policy interests and concerns. The concerns have emanated from the fact that the bulk of the urban population is constituted of migrants from rural areas and other small towns. The causes of this The loss of rural population to urban centers is often bemoaned for its implied adverse effect on rural development. The empirical data have revealed that migration is generally selective of the young, versatile, and/or better educated members of the community (Ritchey, 1976; Browning Ritchey, 1976; Browning & Feindt, 1969). This creates a form of "brain drain" on the rural populations. The deleterious consequences of rural-urban migration has led to the demand for urban socioeconomic amenities exceeding their supply, the urban areas often become spectacles of multifarious problems such as overcrowding, congestion, inadequate housing, high rates of unemployment and underemployment, crime and other forms of delinquency. The quality of life at both the areas of origin and destination are, therefore, significantly affected. The repercussion of the ongoing analysis is being discussed below; Unemployment in the rural areas:in the developing world, there are limited job opportunities available, so the influx of people from the rural areas to the urban who are mainly unskilled in profession causes them not fit for the available jobs in the urban which are mainly skilled in nature. Thus there will be a rise in the unemployment and the underemployment rate in the urban areas as well as the rural areas. As the migration happens, the labour force in the rural areas is being reduced and this will go a long way to affect the output that can be produced in the long run. Low productivity in output and thus low GDP: As there are more and more people leaving the rural areas which happen to be the fertile grounds of development of any developing country, there become a limited number of labour forces in the rural centres. This goes a long way to reduce the amount of produce that can be produced to feed the whole nation. The fact that most developing nations rely on agriculture and primary production for their development means that a reduction in agricultural and other primary activities means a reduction in the nation output and hence a low gross domestic product or national income. This is the reason why most developing countries with high rate of rural urban migration has huge balance of payment deficit. This is because the nation is not able to grow enough food to feed her citizens so she has to borrow from outside source to cater for her expenditure which is most at times centered on the urban communities. Overcrowding and pressure on social amenities: if a country is advanced in infrastructure and basic social amenities, there is no point to classify it as developing. To this point, it is common to see most developing countries having limited social amenities and infrastructure. This may include schools, roads, places of convenience, pipe borne water among others. As people troop from the rural to the urban, they increase the usage of these limited amenities in the urban areas. This leads to massive and quick deterioration of the amenities and hence an increase in the cost of repairs and maintenance and thus government expenditure. The increase in the population in the urban areas relative to a constant land area leads to overcrowding at a particular area and most especially the urban areas. Increase in social vice and the development of slums: when people move from the rural to the urban areas, they have in mind that they are coming to work and feed their relatives at home. It becomes a new story when their quest for employment becomes an illusion as there is no job to absorb them. To make ends meet, most people who migrate to the rural areas resort to stealing, armed robbery, prostitution, "drug pushing" and as they cannot afford a decent house to buy, they settle in a particular place and build houses made of wood, aluminum slate among others. This community tends to be filthy all the time and not worth staying in. a room can inhabit as much as 10-15 people and it is even rumoured in Ghana that some people run a shift system type in sleeping under the same room; "sleep in the morning, i will work in the night and I will sleep in the evening and you will work at night" - what a drama. Notable areas in Ghana are Nima, Jamestown, and Chorkor, all in the suburb of Accra and Makoko in Nigeria. This point goes a long way in increasing infectious diseases and other related sickness. Slowdown of development in the rural areas: as the youth who are the agent of change in the rural areas move to the urban areas, they leave behind the aged and the too young who cannot effect any meaningful change or development in the rural areas. This leaves most rural areas in the developing countries almost the same in social setting over decades and jubilees. The aged think of what they will feed on till they die thus are not ready to cause any development, the little ones on the other hand look forward to be helped. Therefore those in whose hands lie the catalyst of change move to the urban centres in such of greener pastures. The feeble ones left at the rural areas cannot work to bring massive change which comparatively could be done by the energetic ones. The key to solving this problem of excessive rural urban migration in restoring a proper balance between rural economic and social opportunities are; Provision of basic social amenities: The governments in the developing countries should implement policies that will enhance the provision of basic social amenities like electricity, portable water, recreational centres, schools, good roads among others in the rural areas. The government of Ghana's initiates concerning the rural electrification project is a typical example concerning this point. As these amenities are provided, they enhance healthy living and opportunity to know what is going on in the world. The recreational centres would be a source of entertainment and relaxation for the dear hardworking farmers and their relatives. To walk for miles on a third class road which neither human nor vehicle can access during a heavy rain just to attend a basic school and do the same thing when coming back is more or less a hectic and a propeller of rural urban drift. People in the rural areas should be provided with schools at least from the crÃ¨che to the senior high school level. This will limit their movement to the urban areas in search for formal education. Concerning the road, most produce have to lie idle in the farm which sometimes get rotten, therefore providing good roads will ensure fast and effective conveyance of produce from the farm to the market and thus a high value for their produce which in the long run improve their living standard. To summarise this point, the provision of these basic social amenities will enhance active enrolment in the classroom, fast movement to the market, enhanced living condition among others. Improvement in the quality of education: in an attempt to reduce congestion in urban school as well as some fortunate rural areas, there should be a policy that will lead to the improvement in the quality of education in the rural areas. This should not just be the number of school built but also the quality of teachers, the resources in the school like library, playing field, serene environment and even better structure of the school as far as building is concerned. Well trained teachers must be posted into the rural areas and adequately motivated; teachers bungalows; rural teachers allowances, teachers that will teach what they have to teach and inculcate in their student the passion to believe in themselves. The school should be of the same standard as the ones in the urban centres; a building and not just a structure. The resources available should be made ease to the student so that they can increase their innermost endowments. There have to be changes in the curriculum, teaching learning materials and the teaching strategy, a total revamping of the educational sector and changes in the attitude and the mindset of every member of the community: the learners, the educated, parents and society at large. This policy will affect the learned and later impact on the farmers and the rural community at large. Creation of credit and loan scheme: especially, farmers and women in the rural areas should be provided with credit facilities and loan opportunities. The fact that "rural" is poor means that these loans should not bear high interest rate. Government should made available loans and credit schemes to the "rural" to expand his farm, business and buy new crops. Again subsidies should be given on fertilizers and basic farm inputs. The government can purchase farm inputs and sell it to the farmers or rural folks at a subsidised rate on credit to be paid in installment, rural banking services and rural microfinance institution in the rural areas to improve their savings and enhance their endowment and introduce them to the financial sector. The agricultural extension officers should increase their outreach programmes to educate the nation builder in the rural areas new farming methods. Women should be given credits to start or expand their business. All these should be done in a carefully studied manner so that those who really need it would be given. The main idea of this policy is to equip the rural folk to be more vibrant and productive in their field of work and prevent them from moving to the urban centres to have access to the financial institution. Therefore there is a point in granting these loans to people who will effectively use the money to improve their jobs so that when the loans are being taken, there will be a possibility of repayment. Industrial modernization: The government should also embark on the establishment of industries, factories and Agro businesses in the rural areas. These industries would serve as a means through which the primary produce can be processed into semi or finished goods. Example the establishment of Akomadan Tomato factory in Ghana has made it possible to process fresh tomato into canned ones; preventing loss of farm produce thus providing a ready market for the farm produce. Further, the government should build silos and other storage facilities into which farm produce would be bought directly from the farmer at a more competitive price and be stored in the storage to feed the available industries and even for export. Also, the government can also help private investors by giving them tax exemption and other incentives to motivate prospective investors to invest in the rural areas. This will go a long way to create employment to the rural folks thereby limiting their desire to move to the urban centres for employment opportunities. Technological Sophistication;Because simple tools are used for farming, rural farmers cannot produce in large quantities, therefore providing technologically advance input like mower, ploughs, tractors, fertilizers and education in modern farming techniques among others would increase the amount of output and therefore even their wealth. This is because provision of such opportunity can positively impact on the rural folk because they can embark on large scale plantation or commercial farming to increase yield and output and their income. This will make farming to both adult and youth in the rural area attractive hence limiting their desire to get to the urban centre for other employment opportunities. Also the access to internet and telecommunication can go a long way to curb rural urban migration because the youth's access to these things would make them content in their community and thus they would see no difference in the rural and the urban centres since they can access even in the rural areas as it is in the urban areas. Entrepreneurship; Another possible and vibrant policy that can curb rural urban migration and it adverse effect on unemployment and underemployment in developing countries is the training and coaching of new and potential entrepreneurs in the rural. Funds and material should be made available to trainees and those that are ready to initiate their skills as a startup capital for their various jobs. This will be a source or motivation to establish themselves in the rural area and thus no incentive to move. Again, the youths should be trained and educated to be innovative and their skills should be sharpened to effect positively on their jobs. To this, the "rural" can come out of her shell to produce and thus be well equipped to face the challenges in the rural areas that would compel them to move. Available resources should be utilized in every possible way as this can go a long way to even reduce unemployment and underemployment. This policy should be geared towards the youth because about 80 percent of the migrants to the urban centres are youth. Judging from the above, it can be seen that excessive rural-urban migration is primarily caused by improper balance of economic and social opportunities such as the availability of social amenities like good roads, hospitals, schools, opportunity for advancement, proper health care between the rural and urban areas. This has led to the eruption of many problems on both the urban as well as the rural areas. Especially unemployment and underemployment in the urban areas, other problems are increase in social vices in the urban areas, overcrowding in the urban areas and even slowdown of development of the rural area. The governments of developing countries have to implement policies that will ensure the balancing of both social and economic opportunities available to the urban dweller and his counterpart in the rural area such as provision of basic social amenities, improvement in the quality of education, creation of credit and loan scheme, industrial modernization, technological sophistication and entrepreneurship policies. If these economic and social opportunities are shared equally between the rural and the urban areas, which will lead to proper balance between the two, it will help to curb the problem of urban unemployment and underdevelopment caused by rural-urban migration problems. (MORE)
As the Industrial Revolution picked up speed, the number of peopleliving on farms as opposed to the cities dwindled. Urbanizationaffected industrialization by supplying factories with a steadyworkforce as many people abandoned the farms and came to the citiesseeking jobs working in the factories.
Simply put mass urban sprawl leads to overcrowding, pollution, unemployment, poverty, crime, disease and finally death.
It is the redevelopment or refurbishment or renovation or reconstruction of old sites or buildings in towns and cities which is normally done on a large scale and either centrally or privately controlled.
Politics is a part of life and unavoidable. Google "family politics" and there are 83,800,000 results! More than eighty three million results for family politics alone, unavoidable indeed. There are, of course, many negative sides to politics as anyone of an ethical nature who has read the Prince by… Machiavelli knows full well. The Prince is best known for its dictum; "the ends justify the means". While Niccolo Machiavelli qualified this remark by suggesting that such a principle should not be used by any individual for profit or gain or self improvement the truth of the matter is the ends do not justify the means and all ends are a result of the means that led to that end. The Prince is often embraced by many politicians who use it as a source to gain political power. Of course, it was that famous 19th century politician Lord Acton who once said; "Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely." If what Lord Acton said is true, then it is also true that when a politician who embraces Machiavellian principles to gain power it is almost certain that leads to a corrupt politician.. Politics should not be an absolute path towards corruption. Politics should just be the means by which we cooperate with others. Whether it be the politics of government, the politics of groups, family politics or sexual politics, politics work best when they are used as a tool to cooperate with others. In his famous Discourse on Politics Aristotle had much to say about the issue. In fact, it is at the end of Nicomachean Ethics declares that any inquiry into ethics necessarily leads to politic. It is Aristotle who said: "For man, when perfected, is the best of animals, but, when separated from law and justice, he is the worst of all; since armed injustice is more dangerous." Law and justice are profound reasons for political action whether that be the law and justice of state or of family and to this degree politics is clearly a positive action. (MORE)
With the increase of autos in the 1950s, the demand for good quality roads increased. The federal government passed the Interstate Highway Act, 1956, pumping $1 billion a year into the construction of roads. By 1960, $2.9 billion was being used a year. The construction encouraged urban sprawl, as mo…re people could now live in the suburbs and drive the freeways into the cities for work. But it also marked the beginning of the end to the city as a livable location. The middle class left the city to live in the suburbs, urban neighborhoods were split into isolated residential islands walled off from each other by concrete abutments of the freeways. An urban sprawl is an uncontrolled spread of buildings around a city this causes more traffic because people have to get every where this also causes pollution so parts of the west made it a law your car cant have over that amount pollution it produces :)))) ur welcome (MORE)
Urbanization promotes rural to urban migration which in turn makescertain areas more populous than others. It also means that unevendevelopment is experienced across the country.
There are quite a few effects of urban settings on the learningability of students. Urban settings are typically violent and couldcause a child to have difficulty concentrating for example.
It weakened labor unions by restricting their actions in organizing. It gave the President more power over striking workers, and empowered companies in controlling labor agreements.
In the short term, immobility sometimes has its uses; it can prevent the exacerbation of an injury. It helps us to sleep. The muscles get to rest. In the long term, immobility leads to muscular atrophy, bedsores, and many other medical problems.
The were positive and negative overall effects of the Crusades.There were new provinces conquered and there were new forms oftrade incomes that were established among others.
There are many more, but these are three of the consequences. . Poverty . Overcrowding . Diseases Positive effects are: . Jobs for people . Wealth . Resources There are many other reasons to this also.
well one of the major side effects is pollution with toxic chemicals may be dumped into the river also acid rain coming from air pollution may cause the acidity of the lake to go up
Urbanisation will cause greenery to be lost. Urbanisation involves the process of buildings new buildings and infrastructure, and trees and grasslands will have too be chopped down and removed to make space for the new buildings. In this case, the natural environment is lost. Sometimes, construction… will cause sand and dirt to circulate in the air, creating air pollution, while pollutants from construction sites may enter water bodies and cause water pollution. Even though some cities may try to restore its former greenery, it can never be compared to the previous natural landscape. Animal life will also be greatly affected due to habitat loss. (MORE)
The downside of urbanization would be the negative environmental effects, including pollution and the displacement of local wildlife. If all of the rainforests are cut down and paved over, the ability of the earth to regulate it's own climate will be severely hampered, and Global Warming could beco…me out of control. (MORE)
There are at least 5 effects of urbanization on creeks and streamsincluding pollution. Other effects include habitat loss,endangering species, drying up of creeks and streams, and poisoningof anyone who drinks out of these creeks and streams.
Urbanization has many negative effects on the environment. It cancause pollution and it destroys existing habitats of organisms.
The effects of urbanization in Nevada have decreased the areas thatwere originally farmlands. Urbanization has also brought a watershortage to this area.
The pollution from the vehicles travels into aquatic ecosystems. This is harmfull for aquatic life, and can lead to a decrease in their population.
The social effects of urbanization are quite a number. Some of theminclude change in traditional pattern, elimination of minorethnicities, extended families are threatened and so much more.
It decreases the amount of land available for farming,wildfire,and flood control and increases pollution of air and water.
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Causes: . Population Increase . Consequences of Economic and technological changes . National railway net facilitated urban growth and determined urban location . Businesses were increeasing more and people were moving to the cities to get jobs Effects: . Rural area has increased
Closing Entries reset certain ledger accounts to zero when a new measurement period begins. For example at the end of each month a salesperson's commissions may be calculated on the sales for that month. If you do not close the books, the next month's sales numbers would be added to the previous …months and the sales person would be paid twice for the first month. Closing Entries also reset changes in owners drawings/dividends and contributions so they are not counted more than once. This process nets out to register the change in owner's equity between balance sheets in the ledgers. (MORE)
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this is either a result of "poor crop feilds , industrialization , improved living conditions in cities , or more efficient transportation systems ; which one ?
It was the last major offensive by Nazi Germany. The Allied forces fought valiantly through the Ardennes, Belgium, and finally, the Sigfried Line (the only thing stand between Germany and the Allies). The Sigfried Line was sometimes referred to as "The Dragon's Teeth", for two reasons: -The Allies …likened Germany to the belly of the beast, and the Sigfried line was the mouth. -There were concrete formations to stop tanks from getting through that looked like pointed teeth. This line was heavily defended, however. There were machine gun encampments every 150ft, and sniper towers with MG-42 placements and snipers. This is where the majority of casualties took place in the Battle of the Bulge. However, this battle was the final turning point in the war that sealed Nazi Germany's fate. The Allies celebrated V-E Day less than 4 months later. (MORE)
urbanization leads to over dependency as many travel to the urban areas to live with their relatives in towns.Urbanization cause increase in unemployment which leads to immorality such as prostitution and crime .
The causes of urbanization in Nigeria would be the general movement of people towards the towns because they feel there is a better life and more chance of employment there. The primary effects of this are that the towns become much more crowded and the rural areas lose the people they need to manag…e and farm the land. (MORE)
The effects of urbanization can be either positive or negative. Negative effects could be: increased crime, pollution, elimination of small town jobs, more traffic...etc. Positive effects include: growth in local economy, increased amount of money to put towards public projects such as roads, more i…nstitutions of higher education, creates new innovative jobs...etc. (MORE)
these are just points so then later you can emphasise. 1.the beauty of the city is only there by trees, no trees no beauty. 2. the carbon dioxide in that area increases causing more diseases to occur and this will make the city disease prone. 3.When there will be no trees in the cities then…,the polllution will increase.it is already much but if there will be no trees it will increase more and more 3. some cases have happened where the animals who used to live in that forest will come into the houses that are built right next to their home which is now gone. I hope this answers your question. (MORE)
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The overall effect is that heat moves from what is warm to what is cold. In theory, the entire universe will eventually reach a uniform temperature.
Agricultural revolution lead to urbanization. More food production meant less workers needed leading to movement to cities
there is less greenfield sites (grass that has not been developed on) which means that there is less grazing land for animals and there could be an increase into co2 levels because there is less vegetation to photosynthesise.
The domino effect refers to any chain reaction that occurs when a small change is the cause for a similar change in linear sequence. It derives from the concept of knocking a line of standing dominoes down; on need only knock down the first and the rest follow.
Among developing countries, Latin American countries have thehighest proportion. It is also likely to concentrate someenvironmental effects geographically.
The Industrial Revolution brought about changes in material production, wealth, population distribution and labor patterns.
IT makes it a unsuitable for nature and agriculture, reducing theavailable area of the natural environment and bringing man closerto the point of extinction.