'Scarborough could be greener by now': Study of Toronto shows 'whiter and wealthier' areas have more trees

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Researchers led by F�lix Lorrain-Landry of University of Quebec in Outaouais reported the city's forest canopy isn't distributed fairly. Poorer and more diverse areas, as measured by the Index of Multiple Deprivation of the 2016 Census in micro-neighbourhoods of 800 people, had the least tree cover.
Published 2 months ago · Scarborough, Canada

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'Scarborough could be greener by now': Study of Toronto shows 'whiter and wealthier' areas have more trees

Maybe Scarborough isn’t as green as people say.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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