In addition to his involvement with United Way of the Greater Triangle, he serves on the boards of the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation, the University of North Carolina's Center for International Understanding and the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University.
What does IEP stand for?
IEP stands for Institute for Environmental Policy (various locations)
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- Ingestion Exposure Pathway
- Initial Election Period (US Medicare)
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- Initial Entry Party (first military HAZMAT reconnaissance in hot zone)
- Innovative Employee Programs
- INPUT Executive Program (contracting membership program)
- Inspection Éducation Primaire (French)
- Installation Engineering Plan
- Institut d'Etudes Politiques (French)
- Institut für Europäische Politik
- Institute for European Policy (think-tank)
- Institute of Engineers Pakistan (est. 1948)
- Institute of Experimental Physics (various schools)
- Institutional Effectiveness and Planning (various organizations)
- Institutional Evaluation Programme (European University Association)
- Instituto das Estradas de Portugal
- Instituto de Ecología Politica (Portuguese: Institute of Political Ecology; Chile)
- Instituto Electrotécnico Português
- Integrated Engineering Process
- Integrated Engineering Program
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The Environmental Protection Agency could have a workable, cost-effective plan for regulating large emitters of greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act, according to a report by Duke University's Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, Durham, N.
He is also chair of the Community Advisory Board of North Carolina Public Radio and a member of the board of directors of the Triangle Land Conservancy, the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University and Chicago Commons.
land area, they historically have generated 49% of our gross domestic product and supported 40% of all American jobs," notes Linwood Pendleton, director of coastal and ocean policy at North Carolina's National Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions.
These were the types of questions asked at a November 2006 workshop convened by the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University in conjunction with the Environmental Change and Security Program of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, the Harrison Program on the Future Global Agenda at the University of Maryland, and the Center for Unconventional Security Affairs at the University of California, Irvine.