Shell is paying to pollute," says Joshua Kratka of the National Environmental Law Center, which represents the Sierra Club (and the nonprofit Environment Texas) in the lawsuit.
What does NELC stand for?
NELC stands for National Environmental Law Center
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We have 42 other meanings of NELC in our Acronym Attic
- New England-Latin America Business Council (Harvard University; Cambridge, MA)
- National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Conference
- Nebraska English Language Arts Council (National Council of Teachers of English; Lincoln, NE)
- Nurse Education Link to Aged Center (University of Delaware)
- National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program
- Naval Electronics Laboratory Assembly Tester
- New England Law Boston
- No Educator Left Behind (Education World)
- Non-English Language Background
- National Employer Leadership Council (career resource; Washington, DC)
- National Explosives Licensing Center
- Naval Electronics Laboratory Center
- Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations (various universities)
- Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
- Navy Europe Logistics Coordination Center
- North East Lincolnshire County Council (UK)
- North East London Cancer Network (England, UK)
- New England Laminates Company
- North East London Consortium for Research and Development
- North East Lincolnshire Care Trust Plus (UK)
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Dedicated Dialers The most environmentally pure long-distance company is Earth Tones, owned by a consortium of seven grassroots nonprofits such as the state Public Interest Research Groups (PIRGs), the National Environmental Law Center and Pesticide Watch.
citizens is at risk of being harmed by hazardous chemicals in the event of a catastrophic accident at a nearby manufacturing facility, according to a study released recently by the National Environmental Law Center (NELC) and the U.