The body charged with this responsibility, the National Environmental Standards Regulations Enforcement Agency (NESREA), docs not regulate the oil and gas sector.
What does NES stand for?
NES stands for National Environmental Standards (New Zealand)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 287 other meanings of NES in our Acronym Attic
- National Educational Seminar
- National Educational Service
- National Election Studies
- National Employment Standards (Australia)
- National Encryption System
- National Energy Strategy
- National English School (Amman, Jordan)
- National Enterprise Systems
- National Enuresis Society
- National Environmental Significance (Australia)
- National Environmental Strategies, Inc.
- National Evaluation Service
- National Evaluation Systems, Inc.
- National Exploitation System
- National Export Strategy
- NATO Electronic Warfare Support Measures System
- Natural and Environmental Sciences
- Natural Environment Study
- Navy Enlisted Personnel System
- Navy Exchange Services
Samples in periodicals archive:
The National Environmental Standards Regulation and Enforcement Agency (NESREA), has reiterated its resolve not to allow Nigeria be a dumping ground for electrical and electronic waste by foreign nations.
I support national environmental standards and national policy statements but again we must work in conjunction with Papattilanuku.
The RMA was modified in 2003 to include amendments reducing compliance costs, simplifying national environmental standards and policy statements, and strengthening national heritage provisions, among others.
Commission recommended that the United States pursue offshore aquaculture, acknowledging the need for environmentally sustainable development, the Pew Commission recommended a moratorium on the establishment of new marine farms until comprehensive national environmental standards and policy are established.
The company is committed to meet National Environmental Standards (NEQS) as and when enforced by the Government.
The question the Senate must pose to Leavitt is whether his preference for local solutions implies support for an unravelling of national environmental standards.