Country Industry Forecast - Social Infrastructure & Labor Analysis for the Canadian Environmental and Building Technologies Industry

Country Industry Forecast - Social Infrastructure & Labor Analysis for the Canadian Environmental and Building Technologies Industry

 

RELEASE DATE
21-Apr-2006
REGION
North America
Research Code: 4A90-01-00-00-00
SKU: EN00162-NA-DE_02957

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This research service analyses the social infrastructure and labor aspects of the Canadian Environmental and Building Technologies industry. It assesses how the present and future demographic and labor is expected to influence its development. Trends of demographic and social indicators are identified and analyzed for their impact on the industry for the period 2000-2005 and forecasted for 2005-2009. Forecasts are based on prevailing conditions in Canada and are subject to change.

Table of Contents

Overview of the Canadian Environmental and Building Technologies Industry

  • Snapshot of the Canadian Environmental and Building Technlogies Industry

Social Trend Analysis and the Canadian Environmental and Building Technologies Industry

  • Demographic Analysis and Profile of the Consumer
  • Consumption Pattern in Canada
  • Consumption of the Canadian Environmental and Building Technologies Industry

Labor Analysis of the Canadian Environmental and Building Technologies Industry

  • Profile of the Canadian Labor Market

Physical Infrastructural Analysis of the Canadian Environmental and Building Technologies Industry

  • Construction Infrastructure
  • Energy Infrastructure
  • Infrastructural Projects in the Canadian Environmental and Building Technologies Industry
  • Supporting Infrastructure
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This research service analyses the social infrastructure and labor aspects of the Canadian Environmental and Building Technologies industry. It assesses how the present and future demographic and labor is expected to influence its development. Trends of demographic and social indicators are identified and analyzed for their impact on the industry for the period 2000-2005 and forecasted for 2005-2009. Forecasts are based on prevailing conditions in Canada and are subject to change.
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