Between 1990 and 2030, the UN estimates that global population will increase by nearly four billion. Ninety per cent of this increase will be in developing
countries, of which ninety per cent will be in urban areas. Such a radical transformation in the way that most of the world's people live will place huge strains
on basic services such as water; sanitation and shelter. However; rapid urbanisation creates great potential for economic growth and development. This potential must be managed to...[Show more]
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