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Berlin Environmental Atlas

09.01 Environmental Justice (Edition 2015)

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Tempelhof-Schöneberg Borough

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

Fig. 22: Multiple load in the Tempelhof-Schöneberg 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. 23: Multiple load in the Tempelhof-Schöneberg 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, the borough is slightly above the Berlin average. As regards the affected inhabitants, while there is no population with four- or fivefold load, the share of people affected by a threefold load is significantly higher.

Spatial focal points of the multiple load

The inner-city part of the Tempelhof-Schöneberg borough is characterised throughout by varying degrees of multiple loads. Even the areas of Friedenau (0703) and Tempelhof (0704), which adjoin the S-Bahn ring from the south and are characterised by a comparatively high urban structural density and mixed use, usually exhibit a two- or threefold load.
South of the Teltow Canal there are no planning areas with appreciable loads.

Thematic focal points of the multiple load

The divergence from the Berlin average is relatively small for many of the factors. The most negative deviation occurs for air pollution. While the share of PLAs with high air pollution amounts to 41.3 % in the Tempelhof-Schöneberg borough, the share in the entire city only amounts to half of this value (24.4 %).

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

Regarding the proportion of people affected in the different load levels, Tempelhof-Schöneberg also roughly corresponds to the Berlin average. The slightly higher share of affected persons in areas with a threefold load is "balanced" by the lack of four- and fivefold loads as well as a higher share of inhabitants in load-free planning areas.

Neukölln Borough

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

Fig. 24: Multiple load in the Neukölln 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. 25: Multiple load in the Neukölln 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

The south of the borough of Neukölln hardly suffers from any load. By contrast, the densely developed planning areas of northern Neukölln, which are also characterised by social challenges, exhibit medium or high loads throughout (especially PLAs Wissmannstraße, Flughafenstraße, Körnerpark, Glasower Straße, Bouchéstraße, Reuterkiez, Donaustraße, Rixdorf, Treptower Straße Nord, Gewerbegebiet Ederstraße, Gewerbegebiet Köllnische Heide, Buschkrugallee Nord). At the same time, a large number of Neukölln inhabitants is concentrated in these planning areas. All in all, the Neukölln borough roughly corresponds to the Berlin average.

Spatial focal points of the multiple load

The focal point of the multiple loads is the north of Neukölln, i.e. the planning areas within the inner-city limits as well as areas which still have Wilhelminian character and immediately adjoin the S-Bahn ring from the south. In these areas, the loads are medium to high throughout. By contrast, the situation in the south of Neukölln is largely characterised by small or no loads.

Thematic focal points of the multiple load

The most pronounced downward deviation occurs for the distribution of classifications for the status index. Thus, the share of PLAs with a high or very high problem density amounts to 52.0 % in Neukölln, while the share amounts to 22.8 % for the entire city. Regarding the environmental factors, the lack of availability of green spaces and the comparatively higher thermal load stand out particularly.

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

Around two thirds (61.6 %) of the inhabitants of Neukölln are affected by at least a twofold load (Berlin 49.8 %). Accordingly, a higher percentage of inhabitants is affected by a heavier load in Neukölln. However, in contrast to inner-city boroughs with a similar urban structure like Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, Mitte or even Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, the downward deviation in comparison to the Berlin average is less significant.

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