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  • Environmental equity in Canada : an empirical investigation into the income distribution of pollution in Ontario
  • , and pollution emissions. Manufacturing employment, urbanization variables, dwelling value, and household income are all related to pollution emissions. A conceptual model of the development process is formulated to explain the positive relationship between
  • pollution emissions and income levels.
  • robust to the method of statistical analysis. Low income and unemployment are also significant predictors of exposure, although results vary depending on the method of analysis. This result emphasizes the value of GIS and spatial statistical techniques