Please help me with this essay! It’s almost too late! Please!?

Please help me with this essay! It’s almost too late! Please!?
Okay, I lied about how many essays are needed today. I need three. One evaluates the idea if the idea of saving our cities are worth it or not (if cities or towns are better).

The other two are a con and pros side of the idea.
Here are my reasons for against it: Big cities are good for business, better to intergate life, and more competitive

And this is for breaking down cities: More concentrated (less traffic and unsolved trouble), better for school population, and easier to enforce law

HELP ME RIGHT OUT THESE ESSAYS PLEASE! I’m in the middle with the first. You may spill out your mind and I will add to it and make it larger paragraphs, if you do this, you saved me for the entire marking period…if not, I fail for the year. I broke my leg and couldnt use my time wisely!

Scientists are city people. More than one-tenth of the workforce in the Washington DC metropolitan area are scientists and engineers. Beijing has more than 160,000 professionals in research and development. Worldwide, resources such as universities and researchers are concentrated in urban areas. So why do so many scientists ignore the needs of our cities? It is time to encourage scientists and universities to pay more attention to urban areas, and Nature this week includes a package of articles about researchers and cities.Statistics reveal that cities are the most productive regions in terms of numbers of papers and their scientific impact. Tokyo, London, San Francisco, Paris, New York, Boston and Beijing all score highly on these metrics, and they each hold vast populations. These urban centres not only provide ample opportunities for scientific collaboration, but also contain a wealth of nonscientific resources, such as centres of the arts, entrepreneurship and financial markets.Researchers who benefit from opportunities in cities should ask what they can give back. More than half of the world’s people live in cities, and that number is growing rapidly. So if scientists want to help the majority of the population, they need to turn their attention to urban areas.