Customs plays a central role to control international trade in environmentally sensitive goods regulated by the Multilateral Environmental Agreements, and help in eradicating their illegal trafficking.
What does MEA stand for?
MEA stands for Multilateral Environmental Agreement
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 236 other meanings of MEA in our Acronym Attic
- Mount Ellis Academy (Bozeman, Montana)
- Mouse Embryo Assay
- Mouvement Écologique Algérien (Algeria ecological movement)
- Mt. Everest Academy (San Diego, CA)
- Mujeres en Accion (Spanish: Women in Action)
- Multi-Electrode Array
- Multi-Element Array
- Multi-Role Enforcement Aircraft
- Multi-service Enterprise Access (Motorola)
- Multicultural Education Academy (China)
- Multilateral Environmental Treaty
- Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithm
- Multiple Element Arrangement (accounting)
- Multiple Endocrine Adenomatosis
- Multiple-Element Antenna
- Municipal Electric Association
- Municipal Electric Association (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- Municipal Engineer's Association
- Municipal Engineers Association (Ontario, Canada)
- Munitions Effectiveness Assessment
Samples in periodicals archive:
Muhammad Ashraf Joint Secretary (IC) / National Project Director (Ozone Cell) Planning Commission, Planning and Development Division has said that the Montreal Protocol is the most successful Multilateral Environmental Agreement (MEA).
They contain enforceable provisions requiring our partners to adopt and maintain the core principles of the International Labor Organization and comply with a number of multilateral environmental agreements.
The project has been funded through the European Union's Environment budget line, which helps developing countries and partner organizations to manage the environment and natural resources, to fulfill their obligations under multilateral environmental agreements and to participate fully in developing international policies in areas such as the fight against climate change, land degradation and desertification, biodiversity protection and proper management of waste and chemicals.
We have enough laws and legislation in place, apart from multilateral environmental agreements and several active NGOs.
Key environmental treaties Treaties or multilateral environmental agreements (MEAs) are the products of negotiations among groups of countries.
Chambers (United Nations Institute of Advanced Studies) analyzes the gaps in existing multilateral environmental agreements (MEAs) and explains the assumptions made about cooperation when the MEAs were created.