World's most livable cities

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  • Disadvantage Of Livability In Melbourne

    Since 2002, Melbourne, the capital city of Victoria, is called as the world most livable city and the term livability has become so widely and used differently due to numerous rankings of livability has been studied(ABC.au 2014). However, most of the surveys ( see for instance liveablecity.org 2014) use the livability term to describe the quality of life and characteristics of each city which makes it livable. According to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s global livability survey, there is a data shown massive benefits of living in Melbourne which make Melbourne win the award for four years and receive higher scores than other cities in the world, nevertheless it appears likely that there is some disadvantages which need to be focused. This…

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  • 6 M's Marketing Strategy

    Las Vegas. To do this our main objective splits into two smaller tasks. The first is to combat stigma surrounding a Las Vegas wedding. It is important to show the couples who may have a biased perception of Las Vegas that, yes, there are the cheesy Elvis weddings, yes Las Vegas is a party city, and yes, sometimes people wake up after a bender laying next to a stranger who they decided to marry the night before, but there is so much more than just the stereotypical perception of the city. The…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Urbanization

    doubled from what the population was in 1960 (Esteban). With the amount of resources that the human population uses it is astonishing that the Earth is capable of sustaining this much life. It is also astounding that cities are able to bear the total consumption of their residents. The city is central to human life and in 2007 more than half of the world’s population lived in cities and by 2050 that number will be up to three quarters (New Lenses 5). Cities will not be able to keep up with…

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  • Dhaka City Essay

    studies the life and human interactions in the city. The social life in the twenty first century consists of both the traditional and familiar trends as well as the new developing trends (Sassen, 2006). Hence, living in the cities is always exciting as well as complicated. Dhaka is a city which has a history of more than 400 years. In 1610, Dhaka was named as Jahangirnagar by subedar Islam Khan Chishti. Many of the famous infrastructures were built during the British and Mughal period but over…

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  • Christian Environmental Issues

    The environment is a topic of importance for all of the Christian religions. Roman Catholics, Eastern Orthodox, and Protestants can all agree on one main thing, that the earth is God’s creation and we should treat it properly. The issue with the environment arose in the 1960s and 1970s when environmental issues and disasters had been taking place like the smog covering big cities like New York City or Los Angeles. Along with that there was a spread of radioactive fallout from nuclear weapon…

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  • The Importance Of The Real Life Journalism

    It is also favorable for a journalist to be naturally curious and interested in news and current event. Most assignments will be done alone but it is important to be able to work well both alone and with a team. Job duties could include finishing a writing assignment in a short amount of time, interviewing different kinds of people, networking, and fact checking new stories for fairness and accuracy. Unfortunately, jobs for reporters and correspondents are decreasing, although jobs for…

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  • Difference Between Green And Non Green Economy

    The difference between a green economy and a non- green economy is seated in the economic values held by government regulators and public policy makers. The industrial sector has undoubtedly become one of the world’s biggest drivers of economic development, sustainability and progress. This is because of its rate of its demand (industrialization) which links to other economic sectors, such as employment. As well as dependence on our natural environment, puts it in position from an economic…

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  • Importance Of Open Space In Urban Areas

    in Urban areas. An urban area is characterized by high human population density and vast human-built features. Thus rises the need of relief spaces in the dense urban matrix. They can be any kind of open spaces or water body, green belts-manmade or natural. Urban Morphology of cities show the gradual decrease and decease of open spaces with the process of urbanization. Open spaces are mandatory for the sustenance of an urban area. They provide recreational and relaxation spaces, platform for…

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  • Atacama In Chile

    Extended along the western coast of South America sits Chile, a country placed between the world’s deepest ocean, the Pacific, and the longest mountain chain, the Andes. This geographic predicament has left Chile vulnerable to devastating earthquakes due to the tectonic instability of the region. In addition to an unstable natural environment, societal and political instability have also plagued Chile’s past including the incident of a violent coup overthrowing the Marxist government in 1973.…

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  • Population Ageing And Urbanization Analysis

    together comprise major forces shaping the 21st century and at the same time as cities are growing, their share of residents aged 60 years and more is increasing. Older people are a resource for their families, communities and economies in supportive and enabling living environments. (WHO, 2015) The world is rapidly ageing: the number of people aged 60 and over as a proportion of the global population will double from 11% in 2006 to 22% by 2050 and by then, there will be older people than…

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