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 14 March 2016Week from 18 April 2016Week from 18 July 2016Week from 14 November 2016Week from 5 December 2016
Gaborone9 18.816.113.714.6
Nnywane dam 102.6 94.677.35474.5
Bokaa dam73.5 9982.571.899.8
Letsibogo dam 68.775.967.957.356.3
Shashe dam 100.8 98.189.477.876.3
Ntimbale dam101.6 97.890.679.878.7
Thune dam37.339.936.229.929.9
Lotsane dam9896.987.8 91.592.6
Dikgathong dam 8897.9 92.184.20 83.2
Molatedi dam (SA)8.9 39.333.724.724.9