org&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=Tribune%20Feed:%20Main%20Feed At Monday's TribLive conversation, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Chairman Bryan Shaw and James Marston of the Environmental Defense Fund talked about the ongoing war between Texas and the Environmental Protection Agency.
What does EDF stand for?
EDF stands for Environmental Defense Fund
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- Enlisted Dining Facility (various armed forces)
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- Eritrean Defense Force
- Eritrean Development Foundation (Washington, DC)
- European Data Format
- European Dermatology Forum (est. 1997)
- European Development Fund
- European Disability Forum
- European Dystonia Federation
- Executive Dining Facility
- Expected Default Frequency (finance; credit analysis; Moody's KMV)
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The Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), a New York-based not-for-profit group that pushes ecological awareness, recently released the results of a study on refineries in the United States and how much they pollute.
One quick way to do this is to go to a website maintained by the Environmental Defense Fund at www.
About half our shrimp, a third of our salmon, and most of our catfish and trout have never swum freely in a lake or the ocean, says Rebecca Goldburg of the non-profit Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) in New York.
While some groups find the idea of budgets and trading too complicated, the Environmental Defense Fund supports the flexibility of these methods for reducing emissions, says Petsonk.
This line in neoliberal thinking was seized upon by the Environmental Defense Fund in the Bush years, and was installed into law in the Clean Air Act of 1990, which allowed pollution credits to be traded on the commodities market right next to the cattle futures that netted Hillary Rodham Clinton such a tidy bundle.