In a letter to The Western Mail (24 June, p12) she says: 'The targets given to the Welsh Development Agency to create new jobs in Wales show some understanding of the indigenous strengths of the Welsh economy.
'However, it is disappointing that this economic strategy does not appear to fit in with other policies, for example the waste strategy and the national assembly's sustinable development duty.
'The former requires a substantial reduction in landfill and the latter an integrated approach to decision making for environmental protection. The WDA will rightly retain an emphasis on renewable energy. Why not now create a duty for the WDA to support environmentally friendly businesses such as community recycling schemes, which can create 9,000 jobs in Wales?'