The full sustainability report is available online at the Army Environmental Policy Institute website at www.
What does EPI stand for?
EPI stands for Environmental Policy Institute (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada)
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- English Programs for Internationals (University of South Carolina)
- Enhanced Publisher Integration
- Enseignement Public et Informatique (French: Public Education and Information)
- Entente Pongiste Isséenne (French table tennis club)
- Enterprise Performance Improvement
- Enterprise Process Improvement
- Entertainment Publications, Inc. (Troy, MI)
- Entreprise Provençale d'Isolation (French insulation company)
- Environmental Performance Index
- Environmental Performance Indicator
Samples in periodicals archive:
DURING a recent lecture on sustainability, hosted by the Army Environmental Policy Institute, the Army took cues from the National Football League on reducing negative impacts on the environment.
``It's going to set a national trend,'' says Francesca de la Rosa of the Centre for Food and Justice at Occidental College's Urban and Environmental Policy Institute.
After the Gulf War ended, Congress asked the Army Environmental Policy Institute to prepare a report on DU; it was completed in June 1994, but was not made public until last year, when a high-ranking Army official leaked it to The Military Toxics Project.
The National Environmental Policy Institute is exploring ways to craft a single statute that would phase in devolution of most environmental decisions to states.
However, shuffling genes has elevated natural plant toxins in the past, says Jack Doyle, director of the agriculture and biotechnology project at the Environmental Policy Institute in Washington, D.
If no one looks, no one finds," says Sandra Marquardt of Greenpeace, co-author of a forthcoming Environmental Policy Institute report on bottled water.
Prior to 1985, McDonald served as a Director with the Environmental Policy Institute (now known as the Friends of the Earth).