Thursday, July 07, 2011

State of the Environment report for London, June 2011

London’s Environment Revealed is the first joint report on the State of the Environment in London, produced by the Greater London Authority, Environment Agency, Natural England and the Forestry Commission. The report looks at the state of London’s environment today, highlights the improvements that have been made, and the challenges the city faces. The report also features many projects and schemes at a local level that have improved the environment in London in recent years.

The report looks at how the environment has changed over the last decade, and uses a series of indicators to illustrate the changes in the state of the environment within eight themes: Climate change, Flood risk, Water quality, Water resources, Waste, Air quality, noise and transport, Biodiversity, and Landscape and green infrastructure.

Open the report (PDF 3.3MB)
Download the data presented in the report (Excel 0.1MB)

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