With the increasing of urbanization, the resources shortage becomes much more serious. In the process of urbanization, the protection of ecological environment has been ignored as people are in lack of the scientific outlook on development, in one-sided pursuit of social and economic benefits, and the pursuit of economic development growth. From the perspective of city, development is blindly expanded, groundwater is recklessly exploited, and water supply is insufficient for a long time. As is known to all, water is one of the most serious challenges facing human being. With the development of urbanization, water shortage is much more serious in big cities(Jiang & Lin, 2012). According to forecast of the United Nations agencies, the large and medium-sized cities in both developing countries and developed countries, including Beijing, Shanghai, Jakarta, Los Angeles, Houston, Warsaw, Cairo, Lagos, Sao Paulo, Mexico City, Singapore, will face severe water scarcity. Shortage of land resources is bound to appear in the urbanization process. As land supply is absolutely rigid, serious problems concerning shortage of land resources happen when a very large number of population and industries swarm into central cities like Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and other cities(X. Zhang, Mount, & Boisvert, 2004). In addition, with the development of urbanization, medical equipment, food, education, teaching resources are facing serious shortage. The solution to problems of shortage of resources becomes the necessity of each big city in order to realize the sustainable development.