Established in 1996, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is Scotland's environmental regulator and adviser. Its duty is to protect air, land and water quality, which together form Scotland's environment and contribute to the Government's goal of sustainable development.In September 2006, SEPA hosted a conference on the costs and benefits of supporting regulatory actions. The conference in Edinburgh saw economic experts from around the world presenting their work and approaches to these issues. The papers in this publication are based on the presentation and discussions from that event.
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