Using EMS to deliver strategic environmental priorities. Title of PowerPoint presentation. Joseph Priestley 1733 - 1804. Leeds. > 700,000 population 550 km 2 City charter 1207 EMAS accreditation 2002 > 30,000 staff
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“contributing to a better quality of life through an integrated approach concentrating on urban areas’ and to contribute ‘to a high level of quality of life and social well-being for citizens by providing an environment where the level of pollution does not give rise to harmful effects on human health and the environment and by encouraging sustainable urban development”.
Ecological Footprint measures the total quantity of land and sea area required to produce the food, fibre and minerals we consume, absorb the waste we produce (including CO2 emissions), and provide the space for our infrastructure.
Per capita earth share = 1.8 gha
World average footprint = 2.2 gha
Leeds average footprint = 5.37 gha
Chemistry General Quality Assessment Scores – Leeds Rivers
Current methods of disposal and projections for future waste disposal in Leeds
Air Quality Management Areas and Areas of Concern in Leeds
Potentially contaminating historic land uses in southern and western Leeds
Environment Agency Flood Zones in Leeds
Floodzone 2 Annual River Flooding Probability of 1% or greater
Floodzone 3 Annual River Flooding Probability of 0.1 to 1%
Energy Consumption Statistics for Leeds 2003 (estimated)
Historical data (1908-2006) obtained from the Met Office’s Bradford weather station
Air frost defined as the number of days the temperature the 15-minute average temperature fell below 0°C.
Agriculture, Built Env, Energy, Water, Greenspace, Land Use, Transport
Air quality, Biodiversity, Flooding, CO2, Noise, Waste, Water Quality
Report: Environmental Statement