The Environment, Employment, and Sustainable Development

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INDEX

a
Action Plan for the Mediterranean (UNEP, 1975) 38
Agricultural and Horticultural Colleges 137
Agricultural and Horticultural Standards (NVQ) 140
Association Française des Ingénieurs Ecologues (AFIE) 73, 118, 185
atmospheric pollution 42
attributable employment impacts 55

b
BATNEEC (Best Available Techniques Not Entailing Excessive Cost) 51, 102
Berlin (Environmental Improvement Programme) 24
Biodiversity Action Plan (UK) 34
British Training and Education Council (BTEC) 137
BSc RRM 177-81
Business in the Environment 20

c
careers 223
‘Careers in the environment’ initiative 80
Chemical Industries Association (Indicators of Environmental Performance) 79
coastal erosion 42
competence (NVQ) 139
computing skills 111
consultations with the public 30
contaminated land 56-7
continuing professional development (CPD) 73, 107, 138, 170, 184
continuing professional education (CPE) 138
core skills (NVQ) 143-5
Council for Occupational Standards and Qualifications in Environmental Conservation (COSQUEC) 137
course elements most useful in students’ future profession 112-14

d
Denmark 22, 24
Directorate General V, Employment, Industrial Relations and Social Affairs (EC) 17

e
EARA (Environmental Auditors Registration Association) 73
ecological convictions 109
ecologists and environmental managers (definition) 68
Eco Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) 13, 184
economic and fiscal measures (economic instruments) 9, 33, 47
Edmonton, Canada (recycling) 21
Education and Training for Careers in the Environment 177
employer requirements 154
employment prospects 114
energy 86-8
energy efficiency 22, 88, 160-2
Engineers for the Industrial Environment 121
Environment Diplomas 119
environment industry 66
environmental careers xvi, 62-5, 98, 151-5, 169-77
environmental conflict resolution 163
environmental consultancies 63, 70, 102
environmental education 33, 144, 149, 183
environmental employment 50-2, 66-9
environmental employment and sustainable development 65
environmental labour market 69-72, 149-51

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