Our Environmental Health Indicators give you information and statistics on how the environment affects the health of New Zealanders. Our team is part of the Centre for Public Health Research, Massey University, and offers research, training and consultancy services.
Monitoring New Zealand’s Environmental Health
- Dairy cattle numbers increasing
Dairy cattle numbers increased by over 2% to 6.6 million from 2015 to 2016. In contrast, beef cattle, sheep and deer numbers were decreasing.
- New traffic injury indicators lauched
We have recently released new indicators on traffic injury hospitalisations and deaths. These cover the number/rate of traffic injury hospitalisations/deaths by mode of transport, gender, age group, ethnicity, NZDep and DHB. These also cover the number of hospitalisations/deaths per time spent travelling by mode of transport.
- Special Issue Announcement "Environmental Health Indicators for Policy Support"
Special Issue of International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health:
Get more regional data at CPHROnline
You can explore geographic health and population data for New Zealand on our CPHROnline website.