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Environmentally harmful subsidies in Germany / publisher : Federal Environment Agency ; authors: Holger Berg, Dr. Andreas Burger, Karen Thiele
VerfasserBerg, Holger ; Burger, Andreas ; Thiele, Karen
KörperschaftDeutschland
ErschienenDessau-Roßlau : Federal Environment Agency, 2010
Umfang1 Online-Ressource (60 Seiten, 1,63 MB)
SpracheEnglisch
SchlagwörterSubvention / Umweltbelastung / Subventionspolitik
URNurn:nbn:de:gbv:3:2-122187 
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For the German public, environmental protection is the most important problem in Germany after the labour market. People attach great importance to the quality of environmental assets - such as climate, water, soil or air. This is reflected by public and private expenditure on protection of the environment: in 2003 the state and industry spent a combined total of €34.1 billion on water conservation, waste management, air quality control and noise abatement.

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For the German public environmental protection is the most important problem in Germany after the labour market. People attach great importance to the quality of environmental assets - such as climate water soil or air. This is reflected by public and private expenditure on protection of the environment: in 2003 the state and industry spent a combined total of €34.1 billion on water conservation waste management air quality control and noise abatement.