July 31, 2015

Japan's Depopulating Society: Population Concentration in Tokyo and the Disappearance of Local Municipalities (Part 2)

Japan's Depopulating Society: Population Concentration in Tokyo and the Disappearance of Local Municipalities (Part 2)
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Japan's Depopulating Society: Population Concentration in Tokyo and the Disappearance of Local Municipalities (Part 2)

Japan's Depopulating Society: Population Concentration in Tokyo and the Disappearance of Local Municipalities (Part 2)

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Countries around the world are witnessing the increasing concentration of population in cities. This article explores the depopulation of Japan and future challenges caused by the growing concentration in the metropolis of Tokyo. It also gives examples of how smaller regional cities are already starting to respond to the challenges. Reading this, do you see some ideas that might apply in your own community?

 
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