Environment Statistics provide information on the state and changes of environmental conditions; the quality and availability of environmental resources; and the impact of human activities and natural events on the environment.  Environment statistics also give information on the impact of the changing environmental conditions; and the responses of individuals, societies and Government to the impacts.

Environment statistics are used to provide information to support evidence-based policy and decision-making in development planning and environmental management.

Due to the multi-disciplinary nature of environment statistics, they are sourced from a variety of data producers (e.g. Government departments, research institutions and non-governmental institutions) who generate the statistics in their day to day activities in accordance with their mandate.

The indicators produced under environment statistics include the following;

  • Climate
  • Land
  • Human Population
  • Water
  • Agriculture
  • Wildlife
  • Forestry
  • Energy
  • Minerals
  • Natural Disasters
  • Waste Management
Dam LevelsWeek from 23 October 2017Week from 27 November 2017Week from 27 December 2017Week from 29 January 2018Week from February 2 2018
Nnywane dam77.6%71.5%72.3%70.9%81.8%
Bokaa dam63.2%56.5%55.4%48.9%68.4%
Letsibogo dam63.2%85.1%83.5%81.7%81.7%
Shashe dam78.9%75.8%73.6%71.3%70.2%
Ntimbale dam81.6%79.3%77.9%74.8%82.9%
Thune dam72.4%69.5%67.8%66.2%64.1%
Lotsane dam80.7%76.9%70.4%66.1%63.9%
Dikgathong dam87.7%85.0%84.2%80.9%80.5%
Molatedi dam (SA)48.9%45.0%43.3%40.3%39.8%