Environmental public health surveillance
Make available information on the location of toxic hotspots throughout the city, mapped with public health data on occurrence of thyroid disorders, cancers, neurological disorders, etc. for the purpose of examining social determinants of health and allowing for community response to toxic exposure.
Establishing a geographical link to the health disorders listed is very difficult, and subject to other factors outside air quality. The level of monitoring required to achieve the desired outcome is prohibitive.
I can see this directly impacting property values and providing a stimulus for people to green their neighbourhood/home.
Janine Brossard commented