Effects of rapid urbanisation and industrialisation

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What is Urbanisation?
A process where an increasing proportion of the popluaton lives in towns and cities, (and there is a reduction living in rural areas).
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What is Rural to Urban Migration?
A process in which people move from the countryside to the towns (push/pull factors)
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What is Industrailisation?
A process in which an increasing proportion of the population are employed in the manufacturing sector of the economy, (working in factories).
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The types of pollution in LEDC urban areas are...
Air pollution, Water pollution, Waste pollution and Visual pollution
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The cause of pollution in LEDC urban areas is...
Increasing amount of traffic, More people are moving into cities, Factories, Raw sewage, Household waste and Animal waste.
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Industrialisation increases pollution in LEDC urban areas because...
There are more factories, Increasing car ownership and more fossil fuels are being burnt.
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Factories and governments do not solve pollution because...
Lack of money and They might not have the technology.
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A process in which people move from the countryside to the towns (push/pull factors)

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What is Rural to Urban Migration?

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A process in which an increasing proportion of the population are employed in the manufacturing sector of the economy, (working in factories).

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Air pollution, Water pollution, Waste pollution and Visual pollution

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Increasing amount of traffic, More people are moving into cities, Factories, Raw sewage, Household waste and Animal waste.

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