ExpositionSensitivityEmissionPreparednessEXP1 - The difference between the average annual air temperature in the observed year and the long-term average 1.8 °C ()EXP1EXP2 - The difference in the number of tropical days in the reference year compared to the long-term average 14.6 day (days) ()EXP2EXP3 - Difference in the number of tropical nights in the reference year from the long-term average 0.3 day (days) ()EXP3EXP4 - Difference in the highest number of consecutive calendar days without precipitation compared to the long-term average 5.8 day (days) ()EXP4EXP5 - Number of flash floods in the past 5 yearsEXP5EXP6 - Frequency of river floods, when the river has overflowed its banks in the last 5 years.EXP6EXP7 - Proportion of the flooded area defined by line Q100 of the total area of the administrative territory of the city/city district/municipality. 3.3 % ()EXP7EXP8 - Number of days with the occurrence of extreme weather events (strong wind, hail, heavy thunderstorms, iceberg, icing, heavy snow). 54 day (days) ()EXP8EXP9 - Number of days with occurrence of hydrological drought in the last year 0 day (days) ()EXP9EXP10 - Climatic drought expressed by the Standardized Rainfall Evapotranspiration Index (SREI) 0.15 index ()EXP10AD1 - The area of green infrastructure 33.5 % ()AD1AD2 - Availability of areas of public greenery of adequate quality 55.7 % ()AD2AD3 - Built-up, paved impermeable areas 14.83 % ()AD3AD4 - Podíl počtu osob zranitelné populace vůči vlnám veder z celkového počtu obyvatel 11.54 % ()AD4AD5 - The share of the territory in the city with the risk of landslides from the total area of the administrative territoryAD5AD6 - Proportion of the number of critical objects in the risk area endangered by torrential rains from the total number of critical objectsAD6AD7 - Proportion of inhabitants living in the Q100 floodplain out of the total populationAD7AD8 - Number of old ecological burdens in the cityAD8AD9 - Proportion of the number of inhabitants living in the area at risk of floods from torrential rains from the total populationAD9AD10 - Proportion of the number of critical objects located in the flood area of river floods Q100 from the total number of critical objectsAD10AD11 - The share of drinking water in the total water consumption for watering public greeneryAD11AD12 - Consumption of drinking water in the city / city district / municipality from public sourcesAD12AD13 - Average usable capacity of drinking water sources for the needs of the city / city district / municipality per capita of the city/city district/municipality 5.9 l.s-1 / 1000 inh. ()AD13AD14 - Forest vegetation prone to droughtAD14AD15 - Amount of rainwater captured in cadastral areaAD15AD16 - Number of extraordinary climatic events 3 počet ()AD16GOV1 - Strategic-institutional situation of the city in the field of adaptation to the impacts of climate change 20 % ()GOV1GOV2 - Funds spent on the implementation of adaptation measuresGOV2GOV3 - Existence of a low carbon strategy / policy / action planGOV3GOV4 - Funds for the implementation of mitigation measures from the total budget of the city / city district / municipalityGOV4GOV5 - The share of residential buildings in a given energy standard according to the heat demand for heatingGOV5GOV6 - Proportion of public lighting spots replaced by a more efficient sourceGOV6GOV7 - Instalovaný výkon nově nainstalovaných fotovoltaických panelů na obyvateleGOV7GOV8 - Total power of spare sources for electricity generationGOV8GOV9 - Public buildings in the administration of the city/city district/municipality renovated in order to increase their adaptability to the impacts of climate change.GOV9GOV10 - Readiness of the city/city district/municipalityGOV10GOV11 - GOV11GOV12 - Number of awareness-raising events for citizens and local actors focused on education and increasing competencies (competences) in the field of climate changeGOV12GOV13 - Proportion of population with permanent access to one of the sources of informationGOV13GOV14 - GOV14GOV15 - Proportion of energy from RES (renewable electricity, heat and cold from renewable sources) in public buildings managed by the municipalityGOV15GOV16 - Production of energy from renewable sources within the administrative territory of the municipality.GOV16MIT1 - Consumption of district heat 636004 kg CO₂e/pers. ()MIT1MIT2 - Electricity consumption 960.914 kg CO₂e/pers. ()MIT2MIT3 - Consumption of natural gas 1957.67 kg CO₂e/pers. ()MIT3MIT4 - Transport performance in individual car transport 646.741 kg CO₂e/pers. ()MIT4MIT5 - Consumption of coal (brown, black) within the administrative territory of the city/city district/municipalityMIT5MIT6 - Consumption of other fossil fuels (propane-butane, heating oil, others) within the administrative territory of the city/city district/municipalityMIT6MIT8 - Transport performance in passenger rail transportMIT8MIT9 - Transport performance in passenger bus and trolleybus transportMIT9MIT10 - Transport performance in air transportMIT10MIT13 - Amount of mixed municipal waste disposed of in landfills 1.30895 kg CO₂e/pers. ()MIT13MIT14 - Amount of mixed municipal waste disposed of by incineration 269.562 kg CO₂e/pers. ()MIT14MIT15 - Total hazardous waste production 1.29067 kg CO₂e/pers. ()MIT15MIT16 - Wastewater production 26.1679 kg CO₂e/pers. ()MIT16MIT17 - Amount of biodegradable municipal waste (BDMW) 0.0119152 kg CO₂e/pers. ()MIT17EXP 58%ExpositionAD 44%Sensitivity and capacityGOV 15%PreparednessMIT 43%Emission40%Celkem

Degree of certainty: 79.2%

Data completeness: 42.9%

Climate label

The climate label is the result of evaluating cities, city districts and buildings in terms of their contribution to and adaptation to climate change.

It is a summary representation of the overall rating in the form of several concentric circles divided into four quadrants. These illustrate four main areas for assessing the approach of a city, district, or building in the area of adaptation to climate change (exposure, sensitivity, and capacity) and emission, i.e. greenhouse gas emissions. Each area is further subdivided into smaller slices, which are represented by sub-indicators that represent that area.

5 colors (red, orange, yellow, light green and dark green) are used throughout the label to indicate the negative (red) or positive (dark green) status or development of the system described by the indicators used. Thus, on one label it is possible to assess the status / development of sub-indicators (for example, electricity consumption per person or availability of greenery), whole areas up to the overall status of the system. This is expressed both by the central value of the Klimasken (Climate scan) and by the colour expression.

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