Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Clean Air Markets Division (CAMD) to support market-based air emissions control programs.
What does CAMD stand for?
CAMD stands for Clean Air Markets Division (US EPA)
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We have 23 other meanings of CAMD in our Acronym Attic
- Certified Association Management Company (Longwood, FL)
- Cambridge Cognitive Examination (neurology)
- Center for Advanced Materials Characterization in Oregon (University of Oregon)
- Central American And Mexico Coniferous Resources Cooperative
- Center for Advanced Metallic and Ceramic Systems (John Hopkins University; Baltimore, MD)
- Center for American Material Culture Studies (University of Delaware; society for preservation and documentation of material culture)
- Carl Asmis Memorial Dressage Association
- Center for Advanced Microstructures and Devices
- Center for Development of Advanced Medicine for Dementia (National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology; Japan)
- Chemical Agent and Munitions Disposal
- Color Access Mode Display
- Computer-Assisted Molecular Design
- Chemical Agent and Munitions Disposal, Army
- Chemical Agent and Munitions Disposal, Defense
- Cambridge Mongolian Disaster Appeal
- China Agriculture Machinery Distribution Association
- Commercial Aviation MANPADS (Man-Portable Air Defense System) Defense Act of 2004
- Critical Assessment of Microarray Data Analysis
- Conformational Analyzer with Molecular Dynamics And Sampling
- Cooperative Air and Missile Defense Exercise Network
Samples in periodicals archive:
Pechan & Associates a new contract to provide technical, analytical, IT, and communications support primarily to the Clean Air Markets Division within the Office of Atmospheric Programs.
We look forward to working with EPA's Clean Air Markets Division to find creative solutions to the growing challenge of developing environmental programs and policies for increasingly complex energy and environmental markets.