Air quality indicator for sustainable development

The air quality indicator is one of the 68 indicators of the Government’s Sustainable Development Strategy. It measures annual levels of pollution from particulates (PM10) and ozone (O3), the two pollutants thought to have the greatest health impacts.

Source agency: Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Designation: National Statistics

Language: English

Alternative title: Air quality indicator for sustainable development

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Info additionnelle

Champ Valeur
Producteur Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
agency
categories Agriculture and Environment
date_released 2010-04-29
date_updated
department Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
external_reference ONSHUB
geographic_coverage 111100: United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland)
geographical_granularity UK and GB
import_source ONS-ons_data_7_days_to_2010-05-06
national_statistic yes
openness_score 0
openness_score_last_checked 2011-06-06T14:02:57.178825
precision
published_by Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs [11403]
published_via
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update_frequency annual