Conservation Voters Spokesman Dan Hendrick called the new plan "a big improvement," and Environmental Advocates of New York policy Director David Gahl signaled a willingness to support the proposal if a sufficient legal and regulatory safety net was in place.
What does EANY stand for?
EANY stands for Environmental Advocates of New York
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- Evolutionary Acquisition of Neural Topologies (machine-learning)
- Explicit Algebraic Number Theory (mathematics workshop)
- Extended Architecture Network Trunk (Sprint)
- European Advanced Networking Test Center
- Europäische Akademie für Naturheilverfahren und Umweltmedizin (German: European Academy for Natural Medicine and Environmental Medicine)
- Elektronische Abfallnachweisverfahren (German waste disposal ordinance)
- Entente Aquatique Nogent Villers (French swim club)
- Espaces Acoustiques Naturels et Virtuels (French: Natural and Virtual Acoustic Spaces)
- Enriched Air Nitrox
- Environmental Action New York
- Enlisted Association of the New York National Guard (Latham)
- Economic Assessment Office (NIST)
- Economy Act Order
- Éducation a l'Orientation (French: Education Guidance)
- Egyptian Agricultural Organisation
- Egyptian Antiquities Organization (now Supreme Council of Antiquities)
- Einstein Archives Online (Albert Einstein; Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Israel)
- Électricité Automatisation de l'Ouest (French: Western Power Automation)
- Emergency Actions Officer
- Emergency Administrative Order
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Governor Patterson signed a law in July 2008 that Katherine Nadeau, the water and natural resources program associate for Environmental Advocates of New York, called "a game changer," allowing the shale to be mined more efficiently and with greater freedom.
According to AP, such environmental groups as the American Lung Association, Environmental Advocates of New York, the Residents' Committee to Protect the Adirondacks and the Sierra Club-Atlantic Chapter expressed concerns that snowmobile exhaust would only contribute further to area pollution.