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Green Infrastructure: Fostering Equity

Far too often, those disproportionately impacted by environmental degradation and pollution are a city’s most vulnerable people, including low-income and minority populations. This history of overlapping burdens compounds disparities for those with the greatest need. Today, green infrastructure development allows for community-level benefits across the triple bottom line.
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