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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 1. Megacities are metropolitan areas with a total population in excess of ten million which are formed because of Rural-Urban migration caused byPush-Pull factors.Push factors are factors that push people away from their homes in rural areas. Some Push factors include bad infrastructure, further distances between frequently visited areas and shortages in food, water, etc.Pull factors are the opposite of Push factors and are factors that pull people into a new city. These thigs cause urbanisation which is the process of economic and social change in which an increasing proportion of the population of a country or region live in urban areas. Global population trends can be used to predict the rise of another megacity. Global popultion trends is the direction of change is the total number of persons inhabiting a country, city, district or area worldwide. The Rise Of The Megacities Topkyo is located at the Southern Kanto Region and approximately at the center of the Japanese archipelago. Tokyo has an estimated population of 37,200,000 people. Tokyo was by most measures the richest city in 2005 with $600 million higher than that of the second richest city. However, Japan has had more deathsthan births every year since 2007 as the elderly population increases. Tokyo is bordered to the East by the Edogawa River and Chiba Prefacture, to the west by the Yamashi Prefecture, to the south by the Tamagawa River and Kanagawa Prefecture and north by the Saitana Prefecture. The only issues faced by Tokyo is overcrowding which leads to transportation issues and also the need to look for an alternative energy source for its quickly growing population. However, Tokyo is overall a very clean city with barely any slums and and low crime rates. Beijing's estimated population as of 2013 was 20,693,000 people. The largest ethnic group being the Han Chinese (96%). Beijing is the 2nd largest city in China whose estimated population in 2014 almost equaled that of Australia. Located at the Northern tip of the North China Plain, near the point of Xi Shan and Yan Shan Mountain Ranges, Beijing's estimated population as of 2013 was The city itself lies on flat land that opens to the East and South. Outlying districts and counties extend into the mountains that surround the city from Southwest to Northwest. The highest points of the mountains exceed 2 km. Beijing is currently facing a lot of challenges. Due to it's huge population, it is inevitable that there are a lot of slumsin the city, however these slums are usually occupied by new graduates of the university. These college students live in slums because of job saturation in the city.Another challenge faced by Beijing is pollution the pollution is Beijing is 5 times higher than the safety standard set out by the world trade organisation, there is also severe overcrowding in Beijing, there are more than 10,000 people waiting to get on a bus every morning, sometimes people wait two hours before they can find a seat in a bus.There are even people employed to push people into busses. Beijing
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