Geography

sustainable development, unsustainable development, urban form, urbanization, overurbanization




1) resources are being used up at a faster rate than they can be replaced



2) the increase in the population of a city


3)more people live in an area than the area can provide services for


4) an area's ability to meet its needs without reducing its ability to meet its future needs


5)how land is used in cities

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asked by george
  1. 1) unsustainable development
    2) urbanization
    3) overurbanization
    4) sustainable development
    5) urban form

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