UBC SPPH OEH: Urban environmental exposures and deprivation: exploring intersections using CANUE data
The Canadian Urban Environmental Health Research Consortium (CANUE) distributes urban environmental exposures to Canadian researchers free of charge. This talk explores the intersections and spatial patterns of nationally standardized walkability, nitrogen dioxide air pollution, greenness and material deprivation data within Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. These analyses allow identification of areas in each city with health-promoting environmental characteristics as well as areas with a confluence of characteristics potentially detrimental to health and demonstrate the potential for environmental data platforms such as CANUE to address questions important in the quest for more equitable and healthier cities.
|Event Date||Oct 23, 2020 12:30 to Oct 23, 2020 13:30|
|Posted by NCCEH||Sep 16, 2020|