London's Environment Revealed, the latest State of the Environment report for London, was released on Wednesday 29th June 2011.
This is the first joint State of the Environment report for London, produced by the Greater London Authority, Environment Agency, Natural England and Forestry Commission.
The report looks at how the environment has changed over the last decade using a series of environmental indicators, highlighting the improvements that have been made and the challenges we still face.
This environmental health check has shown that despite a rising population and challenges from climate change, the quality of London's environmental is improving. In particular, there have been significant improvements in waste and recycling, public transport, wildlife habitats and urban greening.
For the first time, the evidence base used to determine change over time has been published alongside the report, on the London Datastore website.
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London borough fact sheets
We have produced an environmental fact sheet for each of the London boroughs in support of the State of the Environment Report for London: