19-a513 incorrectly suggested that the public comment period for the New York Department of Environmental Conservation's Supplemental Generic Environmental Impact Statement had already closed.
What does GEIS stand for?
GEIS stands for Generic Environmental Impact Statement
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- Galvanized Extra-Improved Plow Steel
- Groupement d'Employeurs pour l'insertion et la Qualification
- Generic Environmental Impact Report (Massachusetts)
- Global Entrepreneur in Residence (Massachusetts)
- GPETE End-Item Replacement
- General Electric Industrial Systems
- General Electric Information System
- General Export Incentives Scheme
- Generic Edited Information Set
- Global Emerging Infections Surveillance (US DoD)
- Global Emerging Infections System
- Gestion et Etude des Informations Spectrocopiques Atmospheriques (Management and Study of Atmospheric Spectroscopic Information)
- General Electric Information Services COmpany
- German Encyclopedic Internet Service Terminal
- Graphic Era Institute of Technology (India)
- Green Enterprise Information Technology (Uptime Institute)
- Global Engineering Integration and Technical Assistance
- Government Electronics and Intelligence Technology Association
- Gas/Electricity Interdependency Task Force (North American Electric Reliability Corporation)
Samples in periodicals archive:
That is what makes New York's draft Supplemental Generic Environmental Impact Statement (dSGEIS) for horizontal shale gas fracturing so important.
The Draft Generic Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed Hudson Yards project, the largest in New York history, was certified by the Planning Commission this week.
18 public hearing held at Pace University, Lower Manhattan Development Corporation took comments from the public on the 2,000-page draft generic environmental impact statement for the redevelopment of the site.
2-acre ConEdison Waterside site may finally creep forward as the New York Public Service Commission adopted the Final Generic Environmental Impact Statement last week.
The LMDC board also decided this week on whether to begin drafting a generic environmental impact statement for the memorial and the redevelopment plan.