JGI216 Lecture 4 – industrial landscape change
Next week: Midterm outline
- 1. According to Hilll & Feagin, how the two cities Detrioit & Houston differ in the path of urban
growth and decline? Despite such differences, what are similarities between the two?
- 2. How do you compare Toronto to Detroit and Houston? Discuss differences and similarities in
the industrial structure and urban development.
- 3. What are fourth world countries? What are first , second, and third world countries?
Manufacturing Video by Edward Butrtynsky
- (shipped from America, gm motors) 50% of E-waste goes to china, heat up the boards and tear
off all the valued metals but toxic smells is very strong
- (very toxic & heavy metals)The whole community is surrounded with e-waste , all age groups
- All the heavy metals will go into the streams of the town , it’s gotten to their water table and the
water is now contaminated and the town needs water shipped in
Urban renewal in Shanghai
- Many sites used as sugar pits , huge economic growth in shanghai since 1980’s
- Beijing – whole country development due to Olympics
- poverty that exist within Beijing with contrasting downtown development, housing conditions
was really bad, huge part of the city was under development
Industrial landscape , Xiamen city
- many factories from corporations is located in china
- china engaging with three projects
Three Gorges Dam, Hubei Provinces
- huge populatio