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Better waters | Cleaner air | Climate change | Flood risk | Healthy soils | Quality of life | Sustainability | Wildlife




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South East England State of the Environment

Welcome to the State of the Environment for South East England. On these pages you will find the latest information about your environment.

We use indicators to measure the health of our environment and to assess trends. Our indicators look at the quality of air, land and water, and the impacts these have on wildlife and habitats. Our choice of lifestyle and the development planned for the South East will have an impact on water resources, waste, road traffic and energy use within the region. Our prosperity and quality of life depends on a healthy environment.

We will update these indicators as new data becomes available, so check back regularly for current information on the state of South East England's environment.



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