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EIA

abbreviation for
(Veterinary Science) equine infectious anaemia
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there's a fellow whose soul is made like the other one's body!" Or a band of schoolboys and street urchins, playing hop-scotch, rose in a body and saluted him classically, with some cry in Latin: " Eia! eia!
In this case, however, the department invited public objections on an EIA report pertaining to all big and small surface mining ventures currently operational in nine districts of the province.
He said this is the second time that the EIA was put on public display.
A ministry spokesman responded by saying all relevant non-political NGOs are invited to attend EIA meetings, with a summary released thereafter.
The government said other corporate organisations were also involved in the SEPA's demand for EIA, which was in compliance with the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Decree 86 of 1992 (Now EIA Act 2004) and the Ekiti State Environmental Protection Agency Law 2009.
EIA obtained similar data directly from the states beginning in 2011.
EIA, the only sovereign wealth fund of the federal government of the UAE, has registered better results in its 2011 general index compared to international markets.
For another thing, EIA will eventually offer among the lowest cost aviation fuel in the greater region and perhaps in the world.
"EIAs have been unfairly maligned," Winer said, adding they are valuable for mature investors who need both downside protection and the possibility of growth.
The impact of that ruling could be far-reaching on developers, who have welcomed previous judicial decisions backing the need for an EIA and its early completion.
The EIA pioneered the use of undercover investigation to expose environmental crimes such as the trade in endangered species and illegal logging, and is the only non-governmental organisation working to expose the illegal trade in ozone-depleting substances.