Human Population and the Environment
I am writing this paper to say that I will explain how the factors produced urbanization and changing the population size to the birth rate and the death rate as well as identify three benefits and three challenges of urbanization that provide the current or the historical event of each example of each of the benefits of the challenges. And explain to my reader whether I believe the benefits outweigh the challenges, or vice versa. There are four factors that produced urbanization and changing in population sizes on a global scale; the birth rate, the death rate, migration, changes in environment. Any changes which create a global scare normally pertain to birth and death rates throughout the world. In the United States over 291 million is the third most populous country after China and India which has the highest population growth where there is approximately 4 million birth in the U.S and 2.4 million deaths. This growth is due to the natural increase of (total births minus deaths) 1.6 million per year. The factors which can affect the death rate are due to diseases with lack of medical care and crimes of murder, suicide, and accidents. Migration can be due to many different reasons ranging from unstable environments politically, economically, or within the environment in general. And each of those factors can have factors of their own, whether it’s a personal at home situation or a more wide spread situation with the surrounding area. Urbanization refers to a process in which an increasing proportion of a society lives in cities and the suburbs of cities. There are a great deal of opportunities for work and the best infrastructure in cities, the countryside offers the chance for quite life and less pollution. Employment is more widely available in cities. Ostensibly, finding a high salary job is easier in cities. It is generally accepted that there is a large number of high quality school and...
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