Critical Issues Surrounding the WorldÂ’s Most Important Cities: In-Depth Scenario and Status Check

(, June 15, 2017 ) Megacities are a recent development of the 20th century, as the world population increased rapidly the development of megacities too increased, especially as the global population has become more urbanized. Another important fact is that cities may be getting larger, particularly in the developing world, but that does not make them better. From economic distresses, population booms, rising sea levels, crime and corruption and political instability, the issues affecting some major cities around the world are legion. Considering this fact, Market Research Hub (MRH) has freshly broadcasted a new study to its wide online repository, which is titled as “Metropolis in Turmoil: Examining dangerous issues faced by some of the world’s most important cities”.

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Through this study, the analyst's find that some of the biggest issues in the modern world are so dangerous they could cause a city to become failed and many issues are relatively new with no immediately obvious solution. From the past few years, several megacities all over the world are facing dangerous issues which are highlighted in brief in the study. A megacity is defined by a metropolitan area with a population in excess of 10 million people. The growth of megacities, urban areas with a population of over 10 million, is a reflection of the rapid pace of urbanization in countries across the world. Megacities mentioned in the report include Greece, Miami, Rio de Janeiro, Miami, London, Delhi and Ethens.

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With a prime focus on above cities, the report examines the problems caused to Miami by seemingly endemic gang crime issue, assesses the post-Olympic future of Rio de Janeiro, looks at the challenges London faces outside of the EU and impact rampant overpopulation on Delhi. As per the key highlights of the study:

Rio de Janeiro is suffering under the strain of bankruptcy, corruption which inflated the costs of the Olympic Games and police brutality. All of these are hampering efforts to recover economically and encourage the growth of the business.
Miami is significantly worse than the rest of the country. It has a huge environmental problem looming.
Pollution in Delhi is dangerous and miserable for inhabitants. Population density is completely out of control. Also, Crime and corruption are intrinsic in the city’s culture.
London needs greater infrastructure investment to maintain position. At present, property prices and availability within
London pose social and economic problems for the capital. Air pollution now poses a serious threat to the future of London.

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However, it is important to be aware of other challenges facing megacities today, including water supply and sanitation, housing and shelter, traffic infrastructure, atmospheric pollution and environmental degradation.

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