Mersey basin Campaign
Archive document

MBC098

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What's It Worth?

Abstract

A new report titled “The Environmental Economy of England’s Northwest” has been published and has estimated that the region’s environment supports 109,000 jobs and is worth around £2.6 billion to its economy. Jason Teasdale talks to members of the Environment Agency and the NWDA about the findings of this report and discusses how both communities and business can benefit from the environment’s economic potential.

Permanent link

http://merseybasin.org.uk/archive/items/MBC098.html

Theme

Strategic

Regions

Mersey Estuary, Upper Mersey, Bollin, Weaver, Etherow & Goyt, Irwell, Manchester Ship Canal, Manchester Waterways, Ribble, Darwen, Douglas, Liverpool, Manchester, Stockport, Cheshire, Wirral

Tags

environment source northwest environmentagency nwda economic

Credit

Jason Teasdale Photographs by: Environment Agency, NWDA SourceNW

Publication date

June 2006

Licence

Free use – you can download this item and use it in any way you wish.

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