the condition of being urbanized
the social process whereby cities grow and societies become more urban
The numerical value of urbanisation in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of urbanisation in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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If they give up on this, it will be a huge setback for industrialisation, and for planned urbanisation.
This accelerating urbanisation is largely an Asian story, there's been nothing like this in human history.
Australian farmers expect to see benefits from the recent free trade agreements with China, Korea, and Japan, underpinned by continued urbanisation and increased demand for protein in developing countries.
It's got a maturing audience, it's an educated audience, it's an audience that is very conversant with cafe culture, the urbanisation of food, takeaway, home delivery and it's one in which service has always been a cornerstone, and because of its isolation, McDonald's are able to measure its performance.
We're headed into a perfect storm in which over the next 20 years we will see the demand for water growing significantly, driven by thirsty agriculture, thirsty energy and thirsty cities, if we are to achieve these goals of food and energy security, sustainable urbanisation, and ensure service delivery of water and sanitation to citizens, we now need to figure out how water is going to be allocated across sectors.
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