Economic Development and Environmental Gain: European Environmental Integration and Regional Competitiveness

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This volume contains detailed information and assessment of incentives and policy instruments available within Europe to encourage good practice, and of how to achieve environmental gain in regional economic programmes. It describes an appropriate methodology for securing improved environmental benefit and explores the potential for achieving regional environmental competitiveness. There are insights based on wide international comparative experience of programme evaluation.
 

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Contents

Economic Development and the Environment
1
Environmental Gain
12
Environment in the European Union
30
Inward Investment and Environmental Finance
59
The European Union Structural Funds
76
Environmental Integration in Regional Programmes
100
A Methodology for Realizing Environmental Gain
125
Towards Regional Environmental Competitiveness
149
EU Environmental Legislation Relevant for Structural
160
Structural Funds Support 20002006
172
Objective 2 population coverage 20002006
174
Index
186
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Keith Clement is an independent environmental policy consultant and Senior Research Associate at the European Policies Research Centre, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK.

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