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What is the main cause for urbanisation in developed countries


What is the main reason for urbanisation in emerging countries

Moving for better quality of life, jobs, natural birth rates are higher than death rates

What is one of the effects of urbanisation in a developing cities

Illegal, unplanned shanty towns often develop

What is an environmental impact of urbanisation

Air, noise, and water pollution all increase

What is a social impact of urbanisation

Gap between rich and poor widens - especially in emerging and developing countries

What is a positive economic impact of urbanisation

Investment increases, leading to greater economic opportunities

Why does the North of the UK have a lower population density

Because there are fewer major cities and higher relief of land makes it more difficult to build settlements. As well as more extreme weather conditions

Why is Liverpool and London densely populated

Because of its rivers and ports, which traditionally provided opportunities for industry, trade, and employment