British Columbia released a report March 14 contending that by incorporating clean technology in the nation’s primary industries, it will help to grow its economy and enable it to export that technology. The report, The British Columbia’s Green Economy: Growing Green Jobs, focused on six sectors: renewable energy, green building, clean transportation, water management, waste and pollution control, and land and resource management. The country’s clean tech sector includes 20 companies, provides more than 8,400 jobs, and generates more than $2.54 billion in revenue.
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- March 18 2012
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