Observations

 

Infrastructure development is rapidly increasing in order to support human activities

 

A primary human goal is to develop and expand

 

Increased human development (HD) is occurring in developing countries

 

Agriculture

 

Land use is becoming a strategic decision as suburban development competes with land suitable for agriculture

 

Agricultural products are selected for their ability to increase HD with efficiency

 

HD relies on agricultural products that enhance the health of the population

 

Seasonal, locally sourced agricultural products distributed through efficient logistical networks contribute to HD

 

Employment

 

Efficient manufacturing technologies provides higher standards of living for humans in developing countries

 

Cheap labor costs in developing countries contribute to an increase in HD

 

Developing countries attract international investment into special economic zones for commercial manufacturing and service activities

 

Education

 

Literacy rates and equal access to education influence HD

 

Highly educated, technical populations are migrating to the hot growth regions of HD in order to facilitate the basic utilities

 

Equality

 

HD relies on equal opportunity, rewarding excellence, irrespective of the individual's background

 

HD rewards intellectual property and innovation

 

Health Care

 

Effective health care systems influence the expansion of HD

 

HD expansion relies on the health of the population; mental, physical and ethical

 

Environment

 

Human activity requires the accumulation of natural resources

 

Access and control of water resources influence the expansion of human growth

 

Reliance on energy sources influence the expansion of commerce and HD

 

Natural resources are being harnessed in order to generate alternative energy sources

 

The expansion of private property rights contributes to human expansion and natural resource accumulation

 

HD in developing regions has expanded beyond the local natural resource minimum requirement

 

HD is influenced by the location of geographical assets and the protected status of these assets

 

International manufacturing activities rely on cheap natural energy resources in order to create, distribute and fulfill the finished product

 

HD is leading to an increase in Per capita energy consumption

 

HD secures historic sites and extraordinary natural resource regions in the service of international tourism and entertainment activities

 

Efficient use of natural energy resources in suburban systems influence HD projects towards concentration and density

 

Development

 

HD is expanding near significant commercial regions

 

Access to mass public transportation systems influence HD

 

The expansion of public works in support of HD is influenced by access to capital assets

 

Human expansion is increasingly accomplished by for profit, private ventures

 

HD integrates entertainment industry activities into the expansion plan

 

HD relies heavily on service level agreements, quality assurance commitments, warranties and obligations in order to expand

 

HD relies on telecommunication systems to maintain real time scheduling to enhance efficiency and deliver time sensitive services

 

HD relies on certain basic utilities in order to expand; water, power, sanitation, mass public transportation, security, telecommunications, health care, food and asset accumulation services

 

HD projects are influenced by accessibility to the basic utilities

 

HD projects increasingly integrate common, commercial space into the master plan

 

HD relies on international tourism revenue to finance expansion

 

HD commits common basic utilities in the service of supporting international tourism and entertainment activities

 

HD integrates international marketing campaigns to generate brand identity expanding manufacturing and commerce activities

 

Developing countries engage in international commerce with the expectation that adequate wealth accumulation is generated to create a viable domestic economy

 

Hot growth in certain regions of developing countries results in the migration of large populations to those regions