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McConville M.
Washington DC: Environmental Protection Agency; 2013 Feb.

The document describes seven elements to link smart growth, environmental justice, and equitable development. These elements focus on strengthening existing communities, community engagement, and community characteristics, and a clean and safe environment and providing affordable housing, transportation options, and employment and educational opportunities.