WASHINGTON -- Thirty winners have been selected in the Fiscal Year 2005 Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Environmental Awards competition, sponsored by the CNO Environmental Readiness Division.
What does ENVMT stand for?
ENVMT stands for Environmental
This definition appears frequently
- Environment for Visualizing Images (image processing software; Research Systems, Inc.)
- Environmental Impact Identification
- Environmental Conditions & Fluctuations in Recruitment and Distribution of Small Pelagic Fish Stocks
- Regional Action Programme on the Initiative of the Commission Concerning the Environment
- Environmental Technologies for Remedial Action Data Exchange
- Environmental Satellite
- European Space Agency Environmental Satellite
- École Nationale Vétérinaire de Lyon (French veterinary school)
- École Nationale Vétérinaire de Nantes (French: National Veterinary School of Nantes; Nantes, France)
- Eastside Neighbors Volunteer Program (Tucson, AZ)
- École Nationale à Vocation Régionale (French: National Regionally-Based Vocational School; Congo)
- Environmental Requirements & Related Test Methods
- Environmental Information Exchange System
- Edge Network Video Server (trademark of AMAG Technology)
- Electro-Neural Vision System
- Elks National Veterans Service Commission (New Jersey)
- École Nationale de Voile et des Sports Nautiques (French: National School of Sailing and Water Sports)
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With its recently completed strategic plan titled New Frontiers in Environmental Sciences and Human Health: The 2006-2011 NIEHS Strategic Plan, that is precisely what the institute has done.
Introduction Environmental problems have pushed their way to the top of the global political agenda and pose an enormous challenge to humanity now, and for the future.
Los Angeles County is now at the cutting edge of environmental justice organizing, not only for the rest of the state, but for the nation.
Weyerhaeuser Company was an environmental leader before most people even knew what the term meant.
The Society of Environmental Journalists Plays an Important--and Controversial--Role The first time Deborah Schoch saw industrial-grade DDT it was a chunk the size of a walnut.
Advocates of environmental justice speak of becoming "experts in suffering," of being "trampled on," poisoned, and murdered.
The murder of Chico Mendes on December 22, 1998, in a remote section of the Brazilian Amazon, made inter, national headlines largely because of Mendes' connection to the global environmental movement.