Geography 1400F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Victim Blaming, Final Good, Asia-Pacific

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More than half of the world population live in urban: higher in developed countries, canada: 82% Globally-speaking, the world has become predominantly urban. World rural and urban population 1950 - 2050. 2007: divergence between urban and rural populations. Rural will become steady and start to decline: northern ontario it is decreasing. Urban growth varies from region to region. Urbanization levels are highest in the more developed regions (75% or more) Less developed regions have a lower levels of urbanization: but a more rapid rate of urbanization. Both regions have two things in common: the proportion of people living in cities is rising, that cities themselves are large and growing physically. Rate of urbanization is higher in developing countries than advanced societies. Urbanization in more and less developed regions of the world. Mdw: urban will increase but not a fast pace. Whether developed or not, rural will become steady or decline. Different: urban increases at faster pace compared to developed economies.

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