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Development is hazardous to natural and build environments

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Developing country areas will decrease the amount of poverty throughout all of Asia, including the assistance to the countries economic growth. The development of road built infrastructure, water availability and aid will assist in the reduction of poverty. "Infrastructure development is a driving factor that can affect poverty negatively and positively. Infrastructure is important for poverty reduction. This can be the case where development aid, road construction or water and sanitary investments have been made with poverty reduction in mind." - (Environmental Knowledge of Change) The increased development and aid from more developed countries would help reduce the amount of poverty in many developing countries, also helping the population's health while helping to deteriorate the amount of poverty driven families. Economic growth can be helped by increasing the amount of contact within inland areas around Asia. ...read more.

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Building infrastructure for countries helps a larger amount of people to receive a stable income, and helps enlarge the size of towns and cities throughout Asia attempting to make Asia the pinnacle of the developing world reaching for the 'tallest buildings, highest skyscrapers' etc. Increasing the amount of large building in cities will enable more of the population to receive a job and bring income to families, helping the economy at the same time. "The infrastructure assistance program is designed to create new permanent jobs and retain existing jobs, primarily for low- and moderate-income persons. This program encourages new business development, expansions and retentions of businesses located in non-entitlement cities and counties (that shall minimize, to the extent practicable, displacement of existing businesses and jobs in neighborhoods)" - (Infrastructure Assistance) The expansion of buildings and the increased job availability would help alleviate people from unemployment and achieve helps bring attention to the surrounding city that the infrastructure is in. ...read more.

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This evidence by the South Asia Tourism Development project clearly states the reasoning of infrastructure development, which is to increase the amount of tourism in Asia. This reasoning is also related to the development in all other countries, as all countries are aiming for more money, which in turn needs people and their wallets to contribute to the economy and help develop more of the countries infrastructure and environment. Though the development of infrastructure is helping the tourism in Asia and job availability, it does not assist the natural environment in any way, and also is starting to remove the historical significance of buildings around Asia. While increased development assists the increase of jobs and also assists the economy, it destroys the natural environment and helps to escalate the amount of building sites in Asia and removes the history of Asia's buildings as the change of time, changes the perspective of humans today and their perception of what other people want to see. ...read more.

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