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Umweltschutz: hohes Beschäftigungspotenzial in Deutschland

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  • Jürgen Blazejczak
  • Dietmar Edler
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    Unternehmen und Staat setzen erhebliche Ressourcen für den Umweltschutz ein. Dies spiegelt sich in der Entwicklung der Zahl der Beschäftigten, die direkt und indirekt für den Umweltschutz tätig sind. Im Jahr 2006 arbeiteten mit knapp 1,8 Millionen Personen rund 4,5 Prozent aller Erwerbstätigen für den Umweltschutz. 2002 waren es noch knapp 1,5 Millionen. Ein erheblicher Teil dieses Zuwachses ist dem Ausbau erneuerbarer Energien zuzurechnen. In der aktuellen Wirtschaftskrise trägt der Umweltschutz zur Stabilisierung der Beschäftigung bei. Mittel- und langfristig zeichnen sich auf den Exportmärkten ein starkes Wachstum und ein zunehmendes Beschäftigungspotential ab.

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    Article provided by DIW Berlin, German Institute for Economic Research in its journal Wochenbericht.

    Volume (Year): 77 (2010)
    Issue (Month): 10 ()
    Pages: 2-9

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    Handle: RePEc:diw:diwwob:77-10-1
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