An Taisce The National Trust for Ireland “To protect Ireland’s heritage for future generations for the benefit of all the people” Robert Lloyd Praegar Kilkenny, June, 2006. Valuing Our Environment. Need: The time has come to think more broadly about the economic impact of the environment.
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The National Trust for Ireland
“To protect Ireland’s heritage for future generations for the benefit of all the people” Robert Lloyd Praegar
Kilkenny, June, 2006
An Taisce’s monitoring of developments that would impact on the lake has prevented serious pollution.
All manufacturing and production activity depends upon the use of environmental resources to some degree.
Managing Our Environment:
Potential for growth in the following areas:
Realising the potential for enhancing the environmental contribution to future prosperity requires:
complex array of public, private and voluntary organisations involved in managing environment.
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