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China Urbanization And Decline Of Argiculture

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Urbanization is defined as a population shift from rural areas to urban areas. Due to China’s economic boom, China is currently experiencing a rapid movement of people from rural areas to urban areas. The article, “The End of Agricultural in China” estimates that one-quarter of China’s rural population, about 200 million people, are moving to urban areas in search of work. This movement of people has resulted in urban areas having to expand to in order to accommodate the increase in population. But as a law of physics states, with every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Therefore as urban areas increase in size and population this has resulted in rural areas both decreasing in ...view middle of the document...

This urban expansion into previously rural areas has come at an environmental cost. Many farmers who were forced to sell their farmlands claim that the newly built factories are not only poisoning their land with industrial waste but also are contributing to illnesses in the villagers around the factories. The villagers of Xiping Village have already won a court case claiming the Rongping chemical factory polluted the environment. Even the farmlands that have not been seized for economic development have been affected. Many farmers have found it almost impossible to sell their crops that are grown on land close to factories. Once people realize the crops come from lands around factories they refuse to buy the produce as they are worried about pollution from the nearby factories affecting the produce. Along with a decrease in the size of farmlands due to urban expansion and people not buying crops from farmlands that are near factories this has led to lower income for rural...

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