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There are less workers to run services e.g. health centres and schools. - Social, People have poorer health because less food. - Social, More crime in urban areas because there are more people. - Social, More pressure on health and education services in urban areas because there are more people. - Social, Higher density living because more people in urban areas so more stressful. - Social, More people in urban areas so pressure on water and electricity services. - Social, More air and noise pollution in urban areas as population grows. - Environmental, Not much can be done to improve farming conditions because of drought. - Environmental, There is more competition for jobs in urban areas because there are more people. - economic, More people to provide homes and services for in urban areas so pressure on local authority. - economic, More people work in the informal sector (jobs with no set hours, no set wages and no set working area) in urban areas. - economic, More money paid in taxes in urban areas so more to spend on services. - economic, There are more entertainment and leisure services in the urban areas because there are more people. - social, There are more people in urban areas so there is a better social life and community spirit. - social,
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