As Managing Director - Environment Australia New Zealand, Sydney s Frank Mohen will guide AECOM s environment business across a wide range of sectors including defence, mining, oil and gas, property and construction, power and utilities and transport.
What does EA stand for?
EA stands for Environment Australia
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We have 103 other meanings of EA in our Acronym Attic
- Enrolled Agent (IRS)
- Ensemble Architecture (Vocaltel)
- Ensiapu (Finnish: First Aid)
- Entered Apprentice (masonry)
- Enterprise Agreement
- Enterprise Architecture
- Entrepreneur Association
- Entreprise Adaptée (French: Adapted Enterprise)
- Enumeration Area (Canada census boundary)
- Environment Agency (UK; formerly National Rivers Authority)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Doctors for the Environment Australia spokeswoman Marion Carey criticised the time taken to review the air standards.
Doctors For The Environment Australia regards a price on carbon as a public health measure, for climate change is one of the great health threats of our time.
A recent study by consultants Nolan ITU for Environment Australia compared the life cycle of a number of different shopping bag options, including the current supermarket HDPE plastic bags, paper bags, calico bags, and reusable plastic woven bags (such as the Green Bag sold at Coles).
Environment Australia (EA) recently announced that the Australian government will provide a $500,000-Australian (about $330,000-U.
His and Nick Thieberger's report on The State of Indigenous Languages in Australia appeared as an Environment Australia technical paper and is available online at <www.
The American Zoo and Aquarium Association is collaborating with the Australian Regional Association of Zoological Parks Aquaria and Environment Australia to import new founder stock needed to genetically revitalize the North American population.
The workshop was sponsored by Japan's Environment Agency, Environment Australia and Wetlands International.