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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Rio De Janeiro: experiencinging severe urbanisation pressure POPULATION In Rio De Janeiro there is a metropolitan population of 11.9 million. Rio De Janeiro isthe 2nd most populous city in Brazil. 14% 14% of people in Rio De Janeirolive in favelas/slums. 16% For migrant metro rio residents were born in another state. 4, 649.171km2 There are 4, 640.171 people per km square 5.3 million There are 5.3 million workers of employment 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Public services distribution/retail business services manufacturing 0 0 0 The Christ redeemer is locatedin Rio De Janeiro, which is part of the 7 wonders of the world. Governed by the mayor Eduardo Paes. 41% Top employment sectors Demographics Employment from 1990-2012 Interesting data -nicknames cicade Maravilhosa(the marvellous city)-means 'river of January'-Brazil's 2nd large city-was Brazil's capital city for almost 2centuries from 1763 to 1960 untilit was moved to Brasillia Pressures, Chalenges, Infrastructural, economic, environment -slums/favelas/shantytowns-governed by a mayor-manufacturing, commerce, finance,trade and other services-provide large are scale of employmentin heavy and light sectors industry Physical layout/structure -Best beaches and bird eye view sites-mountain located in the city centre-2 of the worlds most famous beaches, copacabana andipanema-rainforestsBrazil's Atlantic coast-dangerous city-slums and favelas Urbanisation Megacities are urban areas withpopulations of 10 million peopleor more. This is called a megacity.Number of people living in urban areas was greater then people livingin rural areas. Theres an increase in the proportion ofpeople living in urban areas. Asia, South America, and Africa are dominating with urbanisation. Itsone of the most significant changes in the humanpopulation trends ever recorded. Billions of peopledie and lived without even seeing it. Worlds populationis growing rapidly, with the fastest growth occuringin cities. All around the world people are ,oving from rural areas to cities in search of workand better opportunities, This is an 'urban trend'.
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