Environmental Health Indicators
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Explore our Environmental Health Indicators.
What are Environmental Health Indicators? Information about the environmental health indicators - what they are, what they cover, who will find them useful, how they are selected.
What is environmental health? Information about what environmental health is, and why the environment is important to human health.
Wood and coal fires, vehicles, air pollutants, health impacts
Hospitalisations, hazardous drinking, motor vehicle crashes, alcohol outlets
Animals & human health
Overseas infectious diseases, order health NZ, high-risk pests caught, exotic mosquitoes established
Children's environmental health indicators
Changes in temperature, rainfall and drought, and health impacts
Injuries and diseases from exposure to hazardous substances
Household crowding, second-hand smoke, cold and damp homes, health impacts
Population groups more at risk from environmental hazards, Social vulnerability indicators for natural hazards and pandemics
Motor vehicles, transport modes used, unmet GP need from lack of transport, road traffic injuries, health burden of transport
Ultraviolet (UV) levels, melanoma, non-melanoma skin cancer, vitamin D deficiency
Suitability for swimming, access to safe drinking water, waterborne diseases and other water-related topics