Sue Christie, CEO of Northern Ireland Environment Link (NIEL) and administrator of the scheme said: We were delighted with the quality of the schemes delivered in the pilot exercise earlier this year and the Minister shared our enthusiasm when he visited a display of the successful projects in June.
What does NIEL stand for?
NIEL stands for Northern Ireland Environment Link (est. 1990; UK)
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See other definitions of NIEL
- Northern Ireland Embroidery Guild (UK)
- National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIH, DHHS)
- Northern Ireland Environment and Heritage Service (UK)
- National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences/National Toxicology Program (US NIH)
- National Indoor Environmental Institute
- National Institute of Economy and Information (Moldova)
- National Institute of Electromedical Information (Bay Terrace, NY)
- National Institute of Economic and Industry Research (Australia)
- National Institute of Engineering and Information Sciences (Australian National University)
- Non-Ionizing Energy Loss
- National Indigenous English Literacy and Numeracy Strategy (Australia)
- Nagarjuna Institute of Exact Methods (est. 1980; Nepal)
- National Industrial Engineering Mission
- National Information Exchange Model
- National Institute of Export Management (India)
- Nelson Institute of Environmental Medicine (New York Univerity Medical Center)
- Noniterative Integral Equation Method
- Anti-Non-Identified Extractable Nuclear Antigen
- New International Economic Order
- National Interagency Emergency Operations Center (FEMA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Prof Sue Christie, from Northern Ireland Environment Link, added: "Given our location on the Atlantic seaboard we are particularly vulnerable so it is crucial we take real efforts to deal with the effects of rapid climate change.
The group - it includes Conservation Volunteers, Friends of the Earth, National Trust, Northern Ireland Environment Link, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, Ulster Wildlife Trust, Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, Woodland Trust and WWF Northern Ireland - believes Northern Ireland has a uniquely serious problem of poor environmental regulation and needs an independent environmental agency to enforce regulations.
Director of the Northern Ireland Environment Link Sue Christie said: "We need to account for what can be saved and what can not.