HLTC18H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Health Equity, Terrestrial Ecosystem, Fort Albany First Nation

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31 Dec 2017
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Why place matters for health equity: where people live affects their health and chances of leading flourishing lives. Looking at hydrological, you are seeing a much greater increase in flooding, can be attributable to climate change: pic 2. In developed countries we have 76% of people in urban regions and 6% in a slum population. In least developed countries we have 78% living in slum and 26% in urban regions. In developing regions, it is evenly spread out, wouldn"t take too much investment to put most people in a better population. Transition countries are approaching developing, we have 60% in urban and 10% in slum: pic 3. Shows an example of data skew because uk shows 2 different life expectancies: pic 4. Brazil, china, and philippines, shows millions of transactions in fast food outlets. Many cities in rich and poor countries alike are facing a crisis in the availability of, and access to, affordable quality housing.

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