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Population growth in cities affects education, healthcare, traffic, public safety and energy consumption. Building smarter cities can help. That is where IBM comes in.
in 1947 Population of India was 36 crores while in 2017 it grows up to 134 crores. The estimated population of India in 2050 is 200 crores. We need population control law in India to stop population growth in India
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Globalization, population growth, urbanization & technological innovation have created challenges for transportation providers. In order to handle such growth they must embrace smarter transportation
Globalization, population growth, urbanization & technological innovation have created challenges for transportation providers. In order to handle such growth they must embrace smarter transportation.
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According to the latest U.S. census data, one in six Americans is Hispanic. The census figures show Hispanics accounted for more than half the nation’s growth over the past decade.
We’re analyzing coverage of the changing population from MSNBC, The Washington Post, 10/11 Now, LA Weekly, and USCatholic.
Analysts on MSNBC say- these new numbers will mean big changes for the 2012 elections. The GOP has to choose a presidential candidate who can win the Hispanic vote.
“…and that could even influence who the GOP throws their clout behind in the primaries because for instance, because there was a head-to-head match-up poll that was done. Romney, the presumed front line runner of GOP at that point, and Hispanics said, ‘No, we will vote for President Obama’ – by a whopping 67 percent to a 29 percent. That would have to concern the GOP kingmakers.”
But a Washington Post report indicates- it’s not all politics. The paper quotes one sociologist who says- local governments should pay close attention to the latest figures.
“The futures of most metropolitan areas in the country are contingent on how attractive they are to Hispanic and Asian populations …”
And Nebraska’s 10/11 Now interviewed a University of Nebraska professor, who says the Hispanic population has been a huge boost for his state.
“With the meatpacking industry, with the service industries here in Nebraska, they fill a very important niche in that employment sector. They provide the adequate labor force for the state to be able to do and accomplish those types of activities.”
But not everybody welcomes the Hispanic population growth. A blogger for LA Weekly suggests, white people in California need to have more kids if they want to remain in the majority.
“Latinos make up the majority of children in California, too. So, yeah, that explains the waiting lists at your local private school. Call it Mexifornia if you will, but white people, if you want to stop this Hispanic train, you have to get to work.”
Finally, a blogger for USCatholic points out- the new census data presents both opportunities and challenges.
“How are we to meet the needs of aging, and mostly white, boomer generation without shortchanging are children who are increasingly from minority communities? In the past, America accommodated to new peoples. While Hispanics are not all that new...they need a welcoming space to grow.”
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Can you imagine the population of the United States growing to 500 million!?! That's insane! Room to grow is running out.
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*******www.globalchange**** 1 billion children will be new consumers. Demographic explosion in India and ageing population in China , Europe and Japan. Huge market growth. Beijing shortage of children. Young workforce in India so competitive advantage. Future trends. Social, political and economic challenge. War for talent challenge. 25 year impact. Urban migration. Urbanisation of India, China and Africa. Rural movement to cities. Megacities in Asia. Infrastucture challenges, water, roads, sanitation, transport, roads, rail, energy and power stations. Shortage of commodities – copper, steel, coal, gas, oil. Conference keynote speaker and Futurist Dr Patrick Dixon.
A wonderful educational film from Progressive Pictures, How Our Country Grew film tells the story of growth in the United States through its cities - through the eyes of someone in the 1950's! From only five cities with populations barely over 8,000 people in 1790 to the mega cities in 1950, advancements in the American system of manufacturing, swift transportation, and modern farming methods. The result is a informative and engaging telling of the history of urbanization. In short, the film describes how cities were initially allowed to expand in size because of the advent of farming techniques which allowed fewer people to more efficiently produce goods for Americans. After the spark in urban population, other advances in technology allowed cities to grow in size. With the invention of vehicle transportation such as streetcars, busses, automobiles, and freeways the urban population can more effectively use their time. Modern skylines have also grown taller due to the invention of elevators, which allow cities to more effectively use their land. The film demonstrates the then prevailing opinion about a limitless urbanization. The effects of urbanization are also touched upon, as well as early American manufacturing. How Our Country Grew is effective, penetrating, and best of all, fun!