The Environmental Atlas is a presentation of work from the entire administration for urban development and the environment. The approximately eighty topics
and hundreds of maps
are organized under the topics of soil, water, air, climate, land use, traffic, noise and energy. They focus on pollution and dangers emanating from them, as well as existing positive qualities and development potentials.
The detailed maps covering usually the entire urban area and are usable in the internet since 1995.
Since 2005, the functionalities of FIS-Broker
can be used for the map presentation. Spatial and topical selection via address search, coordinates or keywords is possible. Topics with equal area units can be linked , with different area units overlayed and topical dossiers for marked areas can be produced. Numerous factual data for all of the 25 000 blocs or bloc-sections can be presentated and analyzed.
Texts, figures, data and maps are presented for download via PDF-format.