Contract notice: Assistance mission to the client in the preparation of the environmental assessment of the local plan and habitat (plu-h) of lyon.
What does E/A stand for?
E/A stands for Environmental Assessment
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 103 other meanings of E/A in our Acronym Attic
- Engdahl-Zigangirov (bound)
- Enhanced Zero-Forcing Block Decision-Feedback Equalizer
- Electronic Magazine
- Emergency Generator
- Exempli Gratia (Latin: For Example)
- Energy On (German energy company)
- États-Unis d'amérique (French: United States of America)
- Early/Atrial (cardiology)
- Enemy Aircraft
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Topics include an overview and historical development of NEPA, general concepts and requirements, environmental impact analysis and assessment, the assessment process, assessing significance, NEPA law and litigation, and specialized non-NEPA environmental assessment documents.
HALFWAY RIVER, DOIG RIVER, West Moberly and Prophet River First Nations, collectively known as Treaty 8 nations, have received confirmation that the proposed changes to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (CEAA).
An environmental assessment proposal is currently being prepared with the intent of completing it within the next 18 months.
In 1999, as the ruins of targeted industrial facilities in Kosovo, Serbia, and Montenegro were still smoldering, UNEP teams conducted the first postconflict environmental assessment there.
Local Vancouver weekly the Georgia Straight recently reported that Western GeoPower Corporation subsidiary Meager Creek Development Corporation has contacted the Canadian Environmental Assessment Office about a proposed $276-million, 110-megawatt (MW) geothermal power project near the Meager Hot Springs in Canada.
For environmental assessment, the top priorities were 1) validation and standardization of sampling and sample analysis techniques; 2) evaluation of risk of disease in contaminated environments; and 3) determination of risk of reaerosolization.