Cities grew larger and transportation more efficient allowing information and general goods to be delivered faster than ever before. Never had the common person been able to stay updated on world and local events. A more populated and informed public led to a better and faster paced economy. Factories produced faster and in larger quantity than ever before, and this led to public access to higher quality and even items formerly reserved for the rich. With jobs readily available and profit margins through the roof the working class had more money than ever and were able to afford these commodities.
The main causes of the environmental degradation in the city are the rapid urbanization and the deficiency in the provision and maintenance of housing and infrastructure. Furthermore, these involve the exposure to traffic hazards, lead, air pollution, and the amplification of heat waves of Urban Heat Island. As the increasing reliance on fossil fuels, and as the increasing number of urban consumers and their materials needs, cities contribute to severe hazards on the biosphere including climate change (Agrawal, 2014). A significant rise in the number of urban dwellers has contributed in the slum growth. It is characterized by overcrowding, poor housing, low incomes, a lack of sanitation and safe water, and physical and legal insecurity (Cronin, 2012).
Such an increase in demand is leading to other areas having decreased amount of resources. Also, having megacities with such high demands of the environment is leading to increased pollution in cities. The pollution from cars, airplanes, and industrialization is harming over the 10 million people in each megacity. The long-term effects of having megacities are unknown, but already proving how they can be hazardous to the people living there and those around
On the other hand, the development often faced with adversaries and problems as a results of implementing changes economically. The city itself has faced abundant of urban environmental problems due to the rapid growth and concentration of population and industries. Problems include environmental pollution mainly air and water pollution as well as facing excessive exploitation of waste negatively impacted Tokyo at one point in time. With the help of Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG), it had successfully been able to solve many of these problems, taking creative measures ahead of the national government and most importantly creating role model by leading other prefectures in Japan. The first problem that arises in Tokyo was the increase in environmental air pollution in 1970s.
Good foreground in the packaging industry The company believed that the demand for packaging is getting higher in fast growing regions due to the rapid development of retail chains, healthcare and cosmetics sectors that driven by urbanization. With their advance in technology innovation, Kodak are able to lead and design solutions such as Flexcel NX system that are enables consistent, high quality print with maximum on-press efficiency across the full gamut of flexo print applications. Jeff Clarke, the present CEO of Kodak stated that the company is gaining favorable profits in packaging and is happy with their performance in 2015. 3. Strong growth in printing
It’s fast pace of technological and infrastructural development, along with the various educational and economic opportunities, the city has attracted a huge amount of migrants from other cities and rural areas. As such, it is of paramount importance to understand the situation of the city. If it does not function to its potential, it not only creates nuisance for the local citizens, but it becomes troublesome for the entire country and can have drastic effect on a national level. Karachi is the fastest growing mega city in the world. Its population has increased by more than 100 percent from 11 million (the 1998 census figure) to 22 million when the last house count was conducted.
The number of working-age adults in the country is rising at a fast pace. Latest paper titled “Emerging Opportunities in Rising Sector”, in the year 2013 which, it expect that Hospitality sectors are likely to grow at 20-25% Per annum and expected to create 16, 00,000 new jobs by 2013 in India (8). In the year 2010, McDonald’s has a dedicated supply chain in India and sources 99% of its products are from within the country. The company has strong backward integration right up to the farm level. The company employs 5,000 people and serves half a million customers a day via its 169 family restaurants.
The rapid increase in urban population worldwide is one among the significant global health issues of the 21stcentury. Urbanisation carries with it a unique set of merits but at the same time challenges on health surely outweigh its positives by miles! So it is even followed by demerits. Some of the disorders are severe mental disorders, depression, alienation, family disintegration, drug abuse, alcoholism, crime etc. These mental health problems of urbanisation affect the entire range of population, especially the vulnerable section: elderly, women and children.
Today it is the largest and fastest growing sector globally contributing much to the global output and employing more people than any other sector. For most countries around the world, services are the largest part of their economy. The real reason for the growth of the service sector is due to the increase in urbanization, privatization and more demand for intermediate and final consumer to fulfil their needs and wants finally to provide qualitative services. A quality services is important part in vital for the well being of the economy. FOR example: Lawyers assist a client’s case, a Doctor assist patient suffering from some health issue, free delivery of goods,
One of the basic laws of development of the modern world - globalization of the economy. In today 's world associated with the formation of economic space, exchange of information and technology interdependence of national economies is growing immeasurably. Of course, globalization is not possible without the development of the global transport system, as a means of transport of goods between the various regions and contribute to the further development and implementation of regional comparative advantages. Thus, maritime transport, which occupies about 62% of global turnover, plays a major role in the process of economic globalization. Such benefits of maritime transport as a low cost, high capacity, high enough to ensure the safety of maritime