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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Tokyo, Japan Megacities A Better Future From Urbanization Tokyo's Quality of Life Index is 175.21, which is considered a high prestige Quality of Life Environment Environmental awareness has spread. As a result, air quality has improved to the point where Tokyo is now among the cleanest of the world's megacities. Tokyo's had GDP of US$1.91 trillion in 2012 Economy All of these traits derive from from a single way of life, and that is the excessive use of trains, and the minimal use of cars. Dhaka Dhaka's State Income is one of the fastest growing in Asia; reportedly growing 9.3% per year. As of 2014, Dhaka has the highest unemploymentrate in the nation; reportedly to be 19%. from 2005 to 2011, the wetlands adjacentto Dhaka shrank from 5.85 sq km to 3.95 sq km One of the main differences between Tokyo and Dhaka is that Tokyo has a better transportation system. Shenzhen In 2013, Shenzhen's GDP totaled $237 billion Shenzhen's pollution index is at 132, Unhealthy for Average People Affordable cost of livingConstantly expandingrailway system Roughly 1/5 people are unemployed No tax on owning car = high traffic and pollution In megacities, public transportation positively impacts quality of life, which in turn, improves the environment. Tokyo holds the record for most amount of people in a mini-cooper!21 people! Car Fun Fact!
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