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Environmental Health Intelligence NZ provides information and intelligence on how the environment affects the health of the New Zealand populations.
Explore our Environmental Health Indicators.
Learn more about indicators and environmental health and find a current list of all our indicators. About the indicators
Hospitalisations, hazardous drinking, motor vehicle crashes, alcohol outlets Alcohol-related harm
Overseas infectious diseases, order health NZ, high-risk pests caught, exotic mosquitoes established Border health
Household crowding, second-hand smoke, cold and damp homes, health impacts Indoor environment
Population groups more at risk from environmental hazards, Social vulnerability indicators for natural hazards and pandemics Population vulnerability
Motor vehicles, transport modes used, unmet GP need from lack of transport, road traffic injuries, health burden of transport Transport
Ultraviolet (UV) levels, melanoma, non-melanoma skin cancer, vitamin D deficiency UV exposure
- Most leptospirosis cases are people with at-risk occupations 17 January 2022
- Children under five years have the highest hospitalisation rates for ‘Other and unspecified chemicals and noxious substances’, ‘Organic solvents and halogenated hydrocarbons and their vapours’ and ‘Pesticides’ 7 December 2021
- Ammonia and carbon monoxide were the most commonly notified substances in 2020 7 December 2021
Get more regional data at Healthspace
You can explore geographic health and population data for New Zealand on our Healthspace website