Yorkshire and the Humber is one of the regions of England. It covers most of the traditional county of Yorkshire, along with the part of northern Lincolnshire that was previously in Humberside.
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- Woodland bird populations in Yorkshire and the Humber saw the largest increase of the regions.
- Childhood obesity levels were the lowest of all regions and the proportion of trips to school made by walking and cycling was the joint highest of the regions.
- Reductions in the proportions of people fearing crime were amongst the largest of the regions.
- In Yorkshire and the Humber productivity (gross value added per job) was amongst the lowest of the regions.
- Experience of burglary was the second highest per head of the regions. / 
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- ↑ Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, January 31 2008