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Berlin Environmental Atlas

09.01 Environmental Justice (Edition 2015)

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Treptow-Köpenick Borough

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

Fig. 26: Multiple load in the Treptow-Köpenick 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. 27: Multiple load in the Treptow-Köpenick 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

All in all, the environmental load of the Treptow-Köpenick borough is small – this is true for the number of planning areas as well as for the absolute number of persons affected. Thus, next to Steglitz-Zehlendorf, Treptow-Köpenick belongs to the Berlin boroughs with the smallest load.

Spatial focal points of the multiple load

Few planning areas exhibit any load at all (one- or twofold load), namely the densely built-up areas of Alt-Treptow, Schöneweide as well as the historical centre Köpenick with its outskirts.

Thematic focal points of the multiple load

All indicators in Treptow-Köpenick are better than average in comparison to the entire city of Berlin. Particularly the factors availability of green spaces, air pollution and thermal load are significantly better. The status index also turns out better. Only in the case of the indicator noise, the situation is only slightly better compared to the Berlin average.

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

Three quarters of all inhabitants (182,471 inhabitants, 74.2 %) live in load-free areas. 17.5 % of the people affected live in planning areas with a onefold load. This makes Treptow-Köpenick the borough with the smallest load in Berlin.

Marzahn-Hellersdorf Borough

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

Fig. 28: Multiple load in the Marzahn-Hellersdorf 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. 29: Multiple load in the Marzahn-Hellersdorf 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 city, the Marzahn-Hellersdorf borough does well, with few planning areas with multiple loads. This is also true for the distribution of the different load levels over the affected inhabitants.

Spatial focal points of the multiple load

There is a clear distinction between the planning areas that are not densely built-up and often characterised by areas with detached houses and the two areas with the large settlements Marzahn and Hellersdorf. In contrast to the detached houses, both large settlement areas include some planning areas with multiple loads (e.g. Marzahner Promenade, Helle Mitte).

Thematic focal points of the multiple load

The values for all core indicators are above the Berlin average in the Marzahn-Hellersdorf borough. This is especially true for the good or very good availability of green spaces.

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

The comparatively small load in the planning areas is also reflected in the share of the population. 74.5 % of the Marzahn-Hellersdorf inhabitants (189,435 inhabitants) live in planning areas with no load or with a onefold load (Berlin 49.6 %).

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