NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR ENVIRONMENTAL INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
THERE ARE A NUMBER OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC FACTORS WHICH ARE PROVIDING FAVOURABLE CONDITIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS GROWTH IN THE PROVINCE.
AND LABRADOR’S GREEN ECONOMY SKILLS
WITH THE WORLD TED LOMOND, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, NEIA.
A foreword to the “Newfoundland and Labrador Green Economy” series by Ted Lomond, Executive Director of the Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industry Association (NEIA). In the 1990’s, following the collapse of Newfoundland and Labrador’s cod fishery, there were grave concerns about the province’s future. But since that time, the small Canadian province has in fact seen significant economic development, and
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there is great confidence, opportunity, and excitement for its future. Entrepreneurs and business leaders are now looking at how to make that future sustainable, and this is leading to firm-level strategies that embrace the relationship