Megacities case study:Mumbai

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  • Created on: 22-03-23 17:27
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  • Megacities
    • What is a megacity?
      • A megacity is a city with over 10 million people
    • Case study: Mumbai, Dharavi
      • Advantages
        • a sense of community
          • Safe
          • friendly neighborhood
          • easy to form relationships
        • It Functions
          • Despite being an unplanned slum it still exists and functions properly
          • people still live happily
        • No tax if you do an informal job
      • Disadvantages
        • cramped condition
          • insufficient living space
          • Diseases can spread easily
          • No privacy or freedom
          • Unhygienic
        • Unhygienic and Unsanitary conditions
          • Rodents
          • Bad smell
          • Food and water can be contaminated from toxins in the air and on the ground
          • Can easily get sick
          • Attracts insects which carry disease
        • no clean drinking water
          • Have to buy safe drinking water: extra expense
          • susceptible to illnesses
          • dirty contaminated clothes when washed
        • Traffic
          • Takes more times to reach ur destination
          • Less space on pavement
          • Air pollution
          • Noisy
    • Some facts
      • New York and Tokyo are the 1st megacities in the world.
      • Boosts country's economy
      • The more the population the more the problems
      • Produces a lot of pollution and damages the environment


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