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Berlin Environmental Atlas

09.01 Environmental Justice (Edition 2015)

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Pankow Borough

Representation of the core indicators of the planning areas in comparison to the entire city

Fig. 14: Multiple load in the Pankow borough due to the core indicators noise, air pollution, availability of green spaces, thermal load as well as status index (social issues) according to planning areas (Planergemeinschaft Kohlbrenner eG 2015c)

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Fig. 15: Multiple load in the Pankow borough due to the core indicators noise, air pollution, availability of green spaces, thermal load as well as status index (social issues) according to inhabitants affected in all planning areas (deviations are due to rounding) (Planergemeinschaft Kohlbrenner eG 2015c)

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Overall assessment on the Berlin scale

Regarding the distribution of planning areas according to load, Pankow roughly corresponds to the Berlin average. The same is true with respect to the distribution of the population for the different load levels.

Spatial focal points of the multiple load

The inner-city parts of the borough and the edge of the inner city are the focal points of the planning areas with multiple loads. The most problematic planning areas are situated in the prognosis areas northern and southern Prenzlauer Berg (0306 and 0307, respectively), which are characterised by Wilhelminian architecture and by residential and commercial use.

Thematic focal points of the multiple load

With respect to the four environment-related core indicators, the air pollution shows a strong upward deviation compared to the Berlin average (borough 72.5 %, Berlin 57.9 %). Moreover, the high share of medium problem density (borough 87.5 %, Berlin 59.1 %) merits attention. The other core indicators correspond to the Berlin average.

Number of affected persons in the planning areas with a particularly high load

While the share of planning areas with no load or with smaller loads (onefold or twofold) is above the Berlin average, the share of the number of affected inhabitants is higher than in the entire city. Of particular note are the people who live in the planning areas with twofold load (37.7 % Pankow, 27.2 % Berlin average). The high population density in the inner-city planning areas will have an impact here.

Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf Borough

Representation of the core indicators of the planning areas in comparison to the entire city

Fig. 16: Multiple load in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf borough due to the core indicators noise, air pollution, availability of green spaces, thermal load as well as status index (social issues) according to planning areas (Planergemeinschaft Kohlbrenner eG 2015c)

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Fig. 17: Multiple load in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf borough due to the core indicators noise, air pollution, availability of green spaces, thermal load as well as status index (social issues) according to inhabitants affected in all planning areas (deviations are due to rounding) (Planergemeinschaft Kohlbrenner eG 2015c)

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Overall assessment on the Berlin scale

In comparison to the entire Berlin area, the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf borough performs worse with respect to areas with no, onefold and twofold load (borough PLAs with no, onefold and twofold load 73.3 %, Berlin 79.6 %). This classification is also reflected in the number of affected inhabitants (borough 221,782 (68.7 %), Berlin 2,702,351 (76.8 %)).

Spatial focal points of the multiple load

The S-Bahn ring and the city expressway ring draw a relatively clear line between the planning areas with no or small load and the western inner city with a comparatively homogeneous (twofold to threefold) load. The planning areas with multiple loads outside of the inner city (e.g. PLAs Königin-Elisabeth-Straße, Schlangenbader Straße) can be attributed to areas with a high traffic load (federal motorway, railway facilities).

Thematic focal points of the multiple load

As regards the individual core indicators, the availability of green spaces and the air pollution are below average in comparison to the entire city area. Regarding the social condition, the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf borough is above the Berlin level.

Number of affected persons in the planning areas with a particularly high load

As much of the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf population is concentrated in the inner-city planning areas which usually have a higher load, the share of affected persons who live in PLAs with four- or threefold loads is significantly higher than in the Berlin average (borough 31.3 %, Berlin 22.6 %). Overall, 101,088, i.e. nearly a third of all inhabitants of the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf borough, live in PLAs with three- or fourfold load.

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