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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Megacities The Megacities Jakarta, located on the northwest coast of Java. Mexico City, located in the Valley of Mexico Population:9.608 million people in 2010 Population:8.851 people in 2010 Sports Jakarta Play Sports Jakarta Play Sports Mexico play I as a president of Seraipanok really want to leave this country. People might live in Seraipanok because there may be relatives and friends over there, they may find a job at Seraipanok or they like Seraipanok (least likely). People sometimes are able to migrate from Seraipanok to somewhere else because the country has not enough money, traffic congestion and pollutions. I face social challenges such as crime and traffic congestion. I suffers environmental challenges such as pollutions, poor water condition and several coastal erosion. I also face economic challenges such as Slums settlements, salt water intrusion and water supplies. In order to overcome all these challenges, people would have to migrate to other countries or the government will have to fix up the problems. Mexico City is built on island in lake Taxco, America. In 1995, there are 15.6 million people and in 2014, there are approximates 21.2 million people. Mexico City was rebuilt after the Spanish conquest. Unfortunately, due to Smallpox Epidemic in 1520s, Mexico had only 30 000 people left. Mexico produces the most supplies for the human world such as oil, basic crops like corn and beans, potatoes, sugar cane, cars, software, computers, technologies like television and energy/mineral resources. Urbanisation unfortunately has a negative effect on Mexicos Ecosystem. Mexico City is a beautiful, big and uniformed city. In the early 1900s however the closure of Mexico's biggest garbage dump has highlighted the absence of a comprehensive policy for urban waste collection, disposal and processing, a failure that has serious consequences for health and the environment. The air pollutants located in a pollutant-trapping valley, Mexico City one of the world's largest cities has had limited success in battling suffocating air pollution. A new understanding of the health impacts of this pollution and of people's role in both the problem and the solution could lead to better targeted, more effective air improvement programs. Mexico Citys water management provision of water supplies and sanitation services in an efficient, equitable and timely manner presents a formidable management and investment challenges, which simply cannot be met under the existing conditions. The current approach has been almost exclusively on supply management: demand management practices have received inadequate attention. Unless the current management practices change radically, future solutions will require higher investment costs to transport more water from increasingly distant and expensive sources, with serious adverse economic, social and environmental impacts on the exporting regions and higher land subsidence rates in ZMCM due to ever-increasing groundwater withdrawals, among many others factors. Jakarta is the capital city of Indonesia and is by far the longest city on the country. Jakarta is located on the north-west coast of Java and Jakarta has more than on 10.1 million people. Jakarta has many rivers, volcanoes, hilly slopes and also has an average temperature of 30 Degrees Celsius. Jakarta has high-density housing, extended families, large number of temporary migrant renting/boarding and some people may have a problem of homelessness. Jakarta has many pollutants such as air pollution (leaded petrol), water pollution, HIV/AIDS and STIs, drug use, overcrowded living conditions, periodic flooding and poor/unsafe working conditions. There is a high crime rate, traffic congestion and environmental issues such as waste disposals, excessive extraction of ground of ground water and poor enforcement of environmental regulations. Jakarta has also other issues such as Employment, Health, environment, crime, governance and political issues. Fictional First Person Account Mexico City Jakarta Link Existence of Megacity / Conclusion A megacity is a metropolitan area with a total excess of 10 million people. Megacities came into existence because of the growth of some large cities; metropolitan areas have been so significant that some cities have become megacities. A megacity is a place that has high- density housing, mainly apartment building and mostly high rise apartments. There are also many cars on the road and many people as well. Urbanisation is the process of economic and social change in which an increasing proportion of a country lives in urban areas often on the coastline. The concept of global population trends refers to the population growth in countries and cities. By 2030 nearly 60% of the worlds people will live in urban area, and the population growth is deciding by the condition of the country. The industrial revolution pull factors such as factories, vehicles and a better transportation system, move people from rural areas to urban cities.Overall there are a range of advantages and also disadvantages to living in a megacity in the twenty-first century. 12769 People OR 195 People By Shaun
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