I've been president of The Council for National Parks for seven years, and I do an awful lot with the World Society for the Protection of Animals.
What does CNP stand for?
CNP stands for Council for National Parks (UK)
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We have 194 other meanings of CNP in our Acronym Attic
- Conseil National du Peuplier (French: National Poplar Council)
- Consejo Nacional de Prensa (Guatemalan Journalist Association)
- Consejo Nacional de Produccion (Spanish: National Production Council, Costa Rica)
- Constructions Nancéiennes de Pesage (French construction equipment company)
- Constructivist Narrative Perspective (psychology)
- Continued Next Post
- Continuous Negative Pressure
- Controlled Negative Pressure
- Corbett National Park (India)
- Corporate Network Product
- Council for National Policy
- Council of Nurse Practitioners
- Counter Narcotics Program
- Coupon Next to Product
- Covenant Network of Presbyterians (San Francisco, CA)
- Covered in the Next Post (chat abbreviation)
- Cuerpo Nacional de Policía (Spain's national police force)
- Customer Net Price
- Customer Not Present (credit cards)
- Cut and Paste
Samples in periodicals archive:
He is a vice-president of Northumberland Wildlife Trust, and was chairman of the Council for National Parks for 10 years.
In its report Beyond the Pillars the coalition, which includes the Council for National Parks, the National Trust and the RSPB said the change would make sure that the CAP created profitable rural businesses and communities.
This is not unlike, it its own way, the amazing American Sublime, which was shown at Tate Britain in 2002 Eternal Landscape will benefit the Council for National Parks, the national charity that works to protect and enhance the National Parks of Wales and England.
The Council for National Parks (CNP) then sought leave to appeal against the judgement.
The organisations, the Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales, the National Trust (Wales), the Ramblers' Association (Wales), the Wildlife Trusts (Wales), the Council for National Parks and the Snowdonia Society, have written to Patricia Hewitt, Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, to protest.
A Countryside Council for Wales council member, Mr Tomos is also vice-president of the Council for National Parks and the Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales, a local school governor and Clerk to Llanberis Community Council.