The Environment, Employment, and Sustainable Development

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4.1 Environmental protection market 19
4.2 Protecting the environment and conserving resources in the UK 20
4.3 Recycling materials/resource use, waste = food 21
4.4 Energy 22
4.5 Renewable energy 23
8.1 A typology of direct employment impacts of environmental policy 51
8.2 Budgetary resources for environmental actions 54
8.3 Environmental expenditure: employment ratios for environmental infrastructure projects in Objective 1 regions 55
8.4 Number of contaminated sites in EU countries 56
8.5 Environmental protection-related jobs created in the US economy, 1992, by major occupational group 58
8.6 Agencies and occupations involved in land remediation 59
9.1 EC environmental expenditure and direct employment 1992/2000 67
10.1 Energy demand and emission indicators in road transport 90
10.2 Final energy consumption by sub-sector 90
10.3 The population in Europe 93
10.4 The population by age group and sex in 1990 93
10.5 Manufacturing sector’s share of GDP, 1970-90 95
11.1 Numbers of postgraduate environmental scientists, other scientist and all postgraduates 1981 and 1991 99
11.2 Sectors of employment of environmental scientists from the 1991 Census Qualified Manpower tables 101
11.3 Occupations of environmental scientists from the 1991 Census 102
13.1 Student distribution based on technical sectors according to levels of training 120
13.2 Distribution of the 224 educational systems according to related qualifications and environment indexes 121

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