Yale and Columbia University environmental research institutes have since 2001 compiled the global Environmental Performance Index, which initially was called Environmental Sustainability Index.
What does ESI stand for?
ESI stands for Environmental Sustainability Index
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- Engineers and Surveyors Institute (Chantilly, VA)
- Engineers Supplemental Instructions
- Enhanced Serial Interface
- Enterprise Services Infrastructure
- Enterprise Software Initiative (US DoD)
- Entertainment Services, Inc. (various locations)
- Environmental Science, Inc.
- Environmental Sensitivity Index
- Environmental Services, Inc. (Jacksonville, FL)
- Environmental Solutions International
- Environmental Sustainability Initiative (various locations)
- Environmentally Sensitive Index
- EnviroSolutions, Inc. (Virginia waste management company)
- Epidural Steroid Injection (medical)
- Epidural Steroid Injections
- Equine Studies Institute
- Équipements Spécialisés d'Intervention (French: Specialized Response Equipment)
- Equipment Systems, Inc. (various locations)
- Escadron Special d'Intervention (French: Special Squadron of Intervention; Belgian counter-terrorist group)
- Escuela Superior Internacional (Guatemala school)
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The main aim of this paper is considering the effect of CPIA Policy and Institutions for Environmental Sustainability index on economic growth at 2005 to 2009 periods in some developing countries consist of: Angola, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Burundi, Benin, Burkina Faso, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bolivia, Bhutan, Central African Republic, Cote d'Ivoire, Cameroon, Comoros, Cape Verde and Congo Dem.
Issues "Rich countries in the region are not performing very well, showing that a nation's economic status does not always correspond to its environmental sustainability index performance," he said.
In the 2005 Environmental Sustainability Index, Scandinavian countries topped the list mainly because the survey included variables related to economic security and institutional capacity to solve environmental problems, in addition to natural resource endowments, pollution levels, and other conventional environmental indicators.
In January 2005 the second Environmental Sustainability Index was released, ranking 146 nations on their environmental stewardship efforts.
According to the 2005 Environmental Sustainability Index (ESI) produced by a team of environmental experts at Yale and Columbia universities, Australia is rated 13th in the world in environmental sustainability out of 146 countries, just ahead of Gabon, but behind New Zealand and Latvia.
The 2005 Environmental Sustainability Index was compiled at Yale and Columbia universities in the US.
2002 Environmental sustainability index (ESI) sourced from the Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy.