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TitleThe Price of pollution: Cost estimates of environment-related childhood disease in Minnesota
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PublisherMinnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy and Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy
DateJanuary 2006
Pages19 pp.
DescriptionQuantifies some of the economic impacts of environmental contributors to childhood asthma, cancer, lead poisoning, birth defects and neurobehavioral disorders in Minnesota. The report finds that pollution costs Minnesota an estimated $1.5 billion each year in costs related to childhood disease.
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