Unlikely Boomtowns the World’s Hottest Cities reading answers

Unlikely Boomtowns: The World’s Hottest Cities reading answers
Unlikely Boomtowns: The World’s Hottest Cities reading answers



Megacities like London, New York and Tokyo loom large in our imaginations. They are still associated with fortune,
fame and the future. They can dominate national economies and politics. The last fifty years has been their era, as
the number of cities with more than ten million people grew from two to twenty. But with all respect to the
science-fiction novelists who have envisioned a future of urban giants, their day is over. The typical growth rate of
the population within a megacity has slowed from more than eight percent in the 1980s to less than half that over
the last five years, and numbers are expected to be static in the next quarter-century. Instead, the coming years
will belong to a smaller, far humbler relation – the Second City.

  • Unlikely Boomtowns: The World’s Hottest Cities reading answers
  • Psychological Value of Space
  • Ditching that Saintly Image

  1.  B
  2. F
  3. G
  4. C
  5. E
  6. F
  7. F
  8. R
  9. G
  10. H
  11. O
  12. M
  13. C
  14. IV
  15. VIII
  16. VI
  17. X
  18. IX
  19. II
  20. VII
  21. I
  22. H
  23. F
  24. C
  25. A
  26. E
  27. B
  28. A
  29. D
  30. B
  31. B
  32. A
  33. C
  34. TRUE
  35. NOT GIVEN
  36. TRUE
  37. FALSE
  38. NOT GIVEN
  39. TRUE
  40. NOT GIVEN

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