We are still in the beginning stages of urbanization. We know the basics, but the complexity of creating a new city makes it a little more difficult. I believe that it is because of the city’s complex systems that it is so hard for us to move from where we are to where we want to be.
Cities are built on the knowledge of where all the roads are going in the city and how to move the people around it. But it can be really hard to move from one city to another when these systems are complicated.
The same concept is true for urbanization. Urbanization is hard for us because we don’t know the systems of transportation. Cities are made up of many small neighborhoods, so what you might think are the same roads going to the same location can actually be very different from one city to the next.
If you were to try to move from one city to another, you would have to follow the same paths and streets, but in order to move you would have to know all the roads and intersections. You would have to know where the buildings are and the roads that lead to them. You would have to know as well what it is to build a city, and how the people and how the buildings are interconnected.
You can actually compare cities and rural areas to each other and see what’s common and what’s different. For example, if you were to take a look at a rural area and you were to go to a city and the city was to the next town over and the next town further on, then you could really see the similarities between the two. But there are also big differences.
What is interesting is that urbanization seems to be a big part of the decline in rural areas. I am not sure what causes this, but I think the idea that rural areas used to be much more rural is kind of a large part of the reason. In rural areas, there were more farms and fewer cities, and the population was more spread out and smaller.
In cities, you don’t have that level of population density, you just have to walk a long way to the next town. Also, in cities, you can have a lot of people living in the same building. As a result they don’t feel so lonely.
Cities are more interesting, but in terms of the decline of rural areas, I think the decline in cities is a bit more dramatic. Cities were cities before agriculture. In the past people had to travel a lot in order to make a living, and they took a lot of time and energy just to get to the next town.
Since the early 2000s, cities have been a big topic in the news. This past week I was at a large conference in Vancouver. It was a great opportunity to talk about the change in the way people live and how you can improve your city.
In terms of the decline of rural areas, I think it is a bit of an overstatement to say agriculture has caused this change. Agriculture has led to a change in diet that led to a change in behavior, and this change was a huge benefit to the environment. But I think we’re still in the midst of a change that is just as dramatic as the one agriculture brought about.