Flashcards in Urbanisation Deck (29):
What are the most critical world cities called?
Explain and give examples of the business and trade hub?
Allows for strong interconnections e.g Heathrow airport is the largest airport in Europe, and Tokyo is the headquarters for TNCs
Explain the production hub
Decisions on marketing and production across the globe is made by TNCs
Explain the role of the political hub
Dedicate training between companies and attempt to offer financial support which is essential for growth of LEDCs
Outline the role of the migration hub
World cities attract talented, intelligent workers and increasing diversity increases the capacity for alternative ideas
The growth of cities development was due to?
Agricultural revolution, industrial processes, power ability, improved transport and public health
How many people live in Mumbai?
How many migrants enter Mumbai per day?
What is the projected population of Mumbai by 2025?
Why is Dharavi the most popular slum in Mumbai?
Located between two major rail lines and rent can be as little as 180 rupees per month (£2.20)
What is the issue with Dharavi's water system?
Too much pressure, dependent on the monsoon system
What is wrong with the living conditions in Dharavi?
Poorly built, cramped houses, no sewage system and is a risk to health
What is wrong with the waste system in Dharavi?
Too much waste is leading to air pollution, 25% of deaths between 2007-2008 were due to respiratory issues
What is the issue with Dharavi's health care?
Strained, only reaching 30% of the poor urban areas
What system has been installed in Dharavi to improve the water system?
Rain harvesting systems
What programme attempted to install 330 communal toilets in Dharavi?
Slum sanitation programme
What project in Dharavi attempted to improve slums conditions?
What transport is attempting to improve congestion?
Who supported Mumbai's redevelopment project?
The world bank
How much is the Mumbai urban transport project worth?
How many residents had to be relocated due to the Mumbai urban transport project?
How were Mumbai's relocated residents benefitted?
Running water, electricity, more space and close to schools
How many Eco-friendly busses were put in place to improve Mumbai?
What is the location of Bangalore?
Why did Bangalore experience rapid urbanisation?
IT boom caused many migrants to move for jobs, IBM employed over 100,000
What were the impacts of Bangalore's rapid urbanisation?
Urban sprawl, inadequate city infrastructure and high pollution
How was the rapid urbanisation managed in Bangalore?
Creation of new urban spaces, city connect and urban model target 2030
How many cities account for how much of the worlds economy?
100 cities for 30% of the global economy