Growing the Green Economy in Washington State Study released

The Association of Washington Cities Center for Quality Communities has released a study “Growing the Green Economy in Washington State” (Eco-Nomics). Eco-Nomics examines four sectors where Washington is well positioned to be a national and global leader: energy, water, agriculture & forestry, and building materials. The Eco-Nomics Study is available below:

Executive summary

Full report

Appendix A – Green Economy Industry Roadmap, prepared by Community Attributes, Inc.

Green economic development opportunities exist in three key sectors: energy, water, and agriculture. These sectors will provide job opportunities in all parts of the State. As the Eco-Nomics Study shows, these opportunities could serve national and global markets.

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