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09.01 Environmental Justice (2015 Edition)

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This map consists of 9 parts.

Map 09.01.1 Noise Pollution 2012 (2015 Edition)
9.01.1 Environmental Justice Core Indicator Noise Load
  Map 09.01.2 Air Pollution 2009 (2015 Edition)
9.01.2 Environmental Justice Core Indicator Air Pollution
  Map 09.01.3 Green Supply 2012 (2015 Edition)
9.01.3 Environmental Justice Core Indicator Availability of Green Spaces
 
Map 09.01.4 Thermal Load 2011 (2015 Edition)
9.01.4 Environmental Justice Core Indicator Bio-Climate/ Thermal Load
  Map 09.01.5 Social Issues 2013 (2015 Edition)
9.01.5 Environmental Justice Core Indicator Social Problems/ Status-Index
  Map 09.01.6Environmental Justice Integrated Environmental Load 2013 (2015 Edition)
9.01.6 Environmental Justice Integrated Environmental Load
 
Map 09.01.7 Integrated Environmental Load including Social Problems 2013 (2015 Edition)
9.01.7 Environmental Justice Integrated Environmental Load including Social Problems
  Map 09_01_8 Environmental Justice Integrated Environmental Load - thematic (2015 Edition)
9.01.8 Environmental Justice Integrated Environmental Load - thematic
  Map 09.01.7 Integrated Environmental Load Map - Berlin's Environmental Justice Map
9.01.9 Environmental Justice Integrated Environmental Load
- Berlin Environmental Justice Map -

Explanations and Imprint of the Map
  1. The data were evaluated at the spatial level of 447 planning areas of Berlin (smallest spatial level of the "live-context-oriented-spaces" - LOR).

  2. Map 09.01.1 Core Indicator Noise Pollution
    The map shows the average per-capita noise load of the residents at the planning area level. The weighting of the affected residents is carried out according to external noise costs depending on the facade level from road, rail or traffic noise.

  3. Map 09.01.2 Core Indicator Air Pollution
    As the concentration of PM2.5 and NO2 characterize two different forms of air pollution whose health effects partly differ, the higher of the two pollution levels was used in each case to characterize the total pollution and the associated maximally damaging influence. The classification of air pollution through PM2.5 and NO2 is thus determined in each case by the highest pollution level of the individual substance.

  4. Map 09.01.3 Core Indicator Availability of Green Spaces
    The map was created by aggregating block-related provision values with respect to planning areas.

  5. Map 09.01.4 Core Indicator Bio-Climate / Thermal Load
    The thermal load levels are assigned according to the calculated values of the thermel index PET (physiologically equivalent temperature), which is based on the heat exchange of a person with their surroundings and thus on the human energy balance. It is accessible to lay people since it is expressed as a temperature value in °C. In this study, both the daily maxima and the nightly cooling of a summer situation were evaluated in order to evaluate the thermal load over the course of a day.

  6. Map 09.01.5 Core Indicator Social Problems/ Status-Index
    The Social Urban Development Monitoring 2013 uses a staged index procedure on the four index indicators unemployment, receipt of transfer payments (SGB II and XII) and child powerty (receipt of transfer payments SGB II under age 15), which are each represented as a status and with respect to their dynamics (development over time). The status index calculated from the status indicators represents the spatial distribution of socially disadvantaged residents in Berlin. The categories for the map were formed by taking the groups of the status index in the Social Urban Development Monitoring 2013 and merging the two groups "very low" and "low status index" into a single group.

  7. Map 09.01.6 Integrated Environmental Load
    The core indicators enter into the evaluation as an individual load if they are assignded to the worst of the three categories at the planning area level.

  8. Map 09.01.7Integrated Environmental Load including Social Problems
    The core indicators enter into the evaluation as an individual load if they are assigned to the worst of the three categories at the planning area level.

  9. Map 09.01.8 Environmental Justice - Integrated Environmental Load - thematic
    The core indicators enter into the evaluation as an individual load if they are assigned to the worst of the three categories at the planning area level.

  10. Map 09.01.9 Integrated Environmental Load - Berlin Environmental Justice Map -
    The core indicators enter into the evaluation as an individual load if they are assigned to the worst of the three categories at the planning area level.

Imprint of the Map

Scale:
1 : 50 000

Published by:
Senate Department for Urban Development and the Environment in Berlin
Communication

Conception:
Senate Department for Urban Development and the Environment (SenStadtUm) IX A 4 Socio-spatial environmental policy, environment-oriented sustainability
in cooperation with III D 1 Urban and Environmental Information System, Environmental Atlas

Data:

  • Strategic Noise Maps 2012, SenStadtUm IX C
  • Data on air pollution 2009, SenStadtUm IX C
  • Environmental Atlas: Maps of the climate model 04.11, 2009 edition, SenStadtUm III D
  • Urban Development Plan (StEP) Climate 2011, SenStadtUm I A
  • Monitoring Social Urban Development 2013 (MMS), as of 31.12.2012, SenStadtUm 1 A
  • Availability analysis for the urban availability of green spaces (VAG), as of 2012, SenStadtUm I A
  • Inhabitants Legally Registered at the Places of their Main Residence in Berlin as of 31.12.2013, AfS Statistical Office for Berlin-Brandenburg

Data processing and map production:
Planergemeinschaft Kohlbrenner eG,
Andreas Machate using the Urban and Environmental Information System (ISU) Berlin

Status of revision:
July 2015

Based on the map:
Block Map 1:5,000 (ISU5), as of 31.12.2010

2015 Edition

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