Thus the existence of the new commissions provided nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) in the border region, such as the Bisbee-based Border Ecology Project (BEP) and Agua Prieta-based Enlace Ecologico (Enlace), with new opportunities to expand their cross-border cooperation in addressing the environmental concerns of communities on either side of the border.
What does BEP stand for?
BEP stands for Border Ecology Project (Bisbee, AZ)
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We have 154 other meanings of BEP in our Acronym Attic
- Biomedical Engineering Program (various schools)
- Biomolecular Engineering Programme
- Biosecurity Engagement Program (US Department of State)
- Bis 2-Ethylhexyl phthalate
- Bit Error Probability
- Black Employment Program
- Black Eyed Peas (band)
- Blackeyed Peas
- Board of Environmental Protection (various locations)
- Boiler External Piping
- Both Ends Plain
- Break-Even Point
- Brevet d'Enseignement Professionnel (French: Professional Teaching Certificate)
- Brevet d’Études Professionnelles (French: Professional Patent Studies)
- Budget Execution Plan
- Building Emergency Plan
- Building Entrance Protector (electrical engineering)
- Building Envelopes Program (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
- Bureau of Employment Programs (West Virginia)
- Bureau of Energy Programs (Massachusetts)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Dick Kamp of the Bisbee, Arizona-based Border Ecology Project adds, "There may be cases where an industrial loan would be better than a half-assed community one - as long as it has a community benefit.
Unfortunately, "the BECC's rules of procedure were negotiated between the United States and Mexican governments behind closed doors without input from either the public or the BECC directors," according to Geof Land of the Arizona-based Border Ecology Project.