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New York Megacity Presentation
Transcript of New York Megacity Presentation
By Jared Buratto and Konnor Kalafatis
1. It costs $1 million to get a license to operate a taxi.
2. Largest Jewish population outside of Israel.
3. About 1 in every 38 people in the US lives in NYC.
4. Birth every 4.4 minutes.
5. Death every 9.1 minutes.
6. Largest Chinese population in any city outside Asia.
7. Largest Peurto Rican population of any city in the world.
8. The entire world’s population could fit in the state of Texas if it were as densely populated as New York City.
9. The city of New York will pay for a one-way plane ticket for any homeless person if they have a guaranteed place to stay.
10. In 1857, toilet paper was invented by Joseph C. Gayetty in NYC.
The New York Times
Part D - Issues
- Social: Ethnic Groups & Festivals
- Historical: Native Americans & 9/11
- Economic: Wall Street
- Environment - From High rises to central park
- Political: Federal Bank & UN Headquaters
- Technology: Silicon
Low Greenhouse Gas emissions
High air-pollution and gasoline consumption
Water and Electricity
Dense Traffic meets low fatality rate
Poverty and Unemployment
Homelessness up and unemployment down:
From dark times to a brighter future
The Infamous Seinfeld apartment located in Manhattan, NYC
Located in USA, North America.
Lots of skyscrapers
26,403 people per mi² (2.6 km²)
"Concrete Jungle Where Dreams are Made of"
Pollution, Water and Electricity
On the right track
Traffic Congestion and Housing
Poverty and Employment
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Terrorism, pollution, crime.
Jobs, culture, style of living, entertainment, education.
It would take roughly 116 days to walk there!
23 h 5mins