15 September 2020
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Countries that have lower levels of total infrastructure investment per capita are more likely to experience higher air pollution rates.

While a higher income no doubt allows for greater resources to flow into infrastructure investment, thus explaining a substantial amount of the variance in air pollution, these two variables are still negatively correlated among Low and Low-Middle Income Countries.

Collin Goodlet

Director, Innovation Science and Economic Development Canada

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