What is an environmental report

Impairment of the protected assets and their interactions as well as avoidance, reduction and compensation of the impairment:

Protected goods

Brief explanation

Protected human being
(Living environment factors)

 

 

Noise,
electromagnetic radiation,
visual impairment,
Change in the usage situation (recreational function, local supply, infrastructure requirements, etc.) that causes urban tensions,
Separating effect

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Avoidance, mitigation and compensation

Noise barrier,
distance
Greening
Crossing aids

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Animals and plants as well as the landscape are protected

Destruction of habitats (biotopes),
Impairment of the biotope network (separation effect),
Change of the landscape

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Avoidance, mitigation and compensation

Intervention accounting
Compensation measures

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Protected soil

Land consumption
Destruction of the soil functions
Sealing,
Contaminated sites

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Avoidance, mitigation and compensation

Environmentally friendly traffic development
Fixing of sealing materials,
Soil remediation

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Protected water

Sealing,
Water withdrawal,
Impairment of surface waters,
Pollutant inputs

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Avoidance, mitigation and compensation

Fixing of sealing materials,
Rainwater infiltration
Renaturation,
Limitation of use

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Protected air

Impairment of the air hygiene situation (see house fire)

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Avoidance, mitigation and compensation

Incineration ban
Reduction of energy consumption
Sustainable mobility

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Climate protection

Impairment of the microclimate (sealing, development, ...)

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Avoidance, mitigation and compensation

climate-oriented development

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Cultural and material assets to be protected

(Tangible goods can include buildings that are of high functional or design importance, e.g. bridges that can be seen from afar, winding towers, large systems or, for example, a chimney that can be seen from afar)

Impairment of monuments,
Impairment of culturally and historically significant landscape elements
Elimination of the relationship between the historical location and the landscape

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Avoidance, mitigation and compensation

Distance,
Keeping lines of sight clear
Limiting the height of structures
Determination of building materials that correspond to the historical townscape (e.g. red clay tiles for roofs)

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Interaction between the objects of protection

 

Naturally, there are interrelationships between the individual factors of the natural balance and therefore also the objects of protection of nature; the key factor for the interaction with other protected assets is the soil.

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