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Climate Change & Health

Automobiles and associated urban sprawl have played major roles in the climate crisis; transportation is the second-largest producer of Canada’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. How can the co-benefits of GHG reduction strategies, particularly in terms of air quality and health benefits, be quantified to inform efforts to address climate change? How can we induce the combined changes in travel behaviour, political and social norms and transportation technology needed to effect meaningful reduction on Canadian GHG emissions?

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