Environment and Travel

Environment & Travel maps


E nvironment means the world around us, outside of our home or place of work. The quality of our environment is clearly affected by how we travel through it and it is by traveling that we most often get to experience much of the environment most near to us. From the amount of green space in each locality through to the number of people living there who choose to cycle or use a car, travel and the environment are clearly closely linked. Air pollution of various kinds is a particular problem that is most acutely felt in the UK in London. We can map here rail, roads, paths, water and other land uses, parks and playgrounds.

List of maps

   Carbon emissions 2011: Borough
   Cars 2011: Borough
   Deficiency in access to nature 2012: Ward
   Landuse: Domestic Buildings 2005: Grid; Grid Rank; Ward
   Landuse: Domestic Gardens 2005: Grid; Grid Rank; Ward
   Landuse: Greenspace 2005: Grid; Grid Rank; Ward
   Landuse: Non-Domesting Buildings 2005: Grid; Grid Rank; Ward
   Landuse: Other Landuse 2005: Grid; Grid Rank; Ward
   Landuse: Paths 2005: Grid; Grid Rank; Ward
   Landuse: Railways 2005: Grid; Grid Rank; Ward
   Landuse: Roads 2005: Grid; Grid Rank; Ward
   Landuse: Water 2005: Grid; Grid Rank; Ward
   Pollution with Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) 2011: Ward
   Pollution with Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) 2011: Ward
   Pollution with Particulate Matter (PM10) 2011: Ward
   Public Transport Accessibility 2010: Ward
   Visitors, Day trip 2012: Borough
   Visitors, Domestic 2012: Borough
   Visitors, Overseas 2012: Borough
   Wildlife, Black redstart (Phoenicurus ochruros) 2014: Borough
   Wildlife, Hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus) 2014: Borough
   Wildlife, Muntjac deer (Muntiacus reevesi) 2014: Borough
   Wildlife, Peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) 2014: Borough
   Wildlife, Red admiral (Vanessa atalanta) 2014: Borough
   Wildlife, Stag beetle (Lucanus cervus) 2014: Borough
 



© 2011-2016 Londonmapper Project