After showing off their own eco credentials, the pupils probed the professor with a series of challenging questions, ranging from international environmental policy to what people should be doing in their own homes.
What does IEP stand for?
IEP stands for International Environmental Policy (various schools)
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We have 255 other meanings of IEP in our Acronym Attic
- Interferometric Endpoint
- Intergovernmental Enterprise Panel
- Interior Equivalent Problem
- Intermodal Equipment Provider
- International Education Policy
- International Education Programs (Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL)
- International Electrotechnical Commission
- International Emotes Project (Internet emoticon project)
- International Energy Programme (various locations)
- International Engineering Project
- International Exchange Program
- International Expert Panel
- Internationally Educated Professional (Canada)
- Internet Enabled Phone
- Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (est. 1995)
- Internet Event Provider
- Interpreter Education Program
- Intervalo entre Partos (Portuguese: Interval between Parties)
- Invasive Exotic Plant (various organizations)
- Inverse Eigenvalue Problem
Samples in periodicals archive:
The two documents recommend a number of other changes in international environmental policy, according to Russell.
Zachary Wells and Kelly Moore Brands are practicing conservationists and Masters graduates of the Monterey Institute of International Studies program in international environmental policy.
Ken Wilkening, an international environmental policy specialist and assistant professor at the University of Northern British Columbia, urged that Canada and the United States hold another conference, specifically on desertification and long-range transport of dust in the Pacific region, as soon as possible.
Brown is director of the Pennsylvania Consortium for Interdisciplinary Environmental Policy and former program manager for the United Nations Organizations at the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of International Environmental Policy.
is squandering an opportunity for leadership in the international environmental policy arena.
Train, the only writer to place emphasis on international environmental policy, asserts justifiably that "internationally the United States was recognized and accepted as the world leader in environmental protection programs.