CEMR

AcronymDefinition
CEMRCouncil of European Municipalities and Regions
CEMRCollege of Engineering and Mineral Resources (West Virginia University)
CEMRCenter for Economic and Management Research (Oklahoma University)
CEMRCoalition for Enhanced Marine Resources
CEMRCentral Manitoba Railway Inc.
CEMRContrast Enhanced Magnetic Resonance
CEMRCommander's Enlisted Management Roster (US Air Force)
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Oldrich Vlasak, the vice-chairman of the UTMCR, has been the executive president of the CEMR since 2002, and in 2012-2014 was a vice-president of the European Parliament.
The congress is organised by CEMR and Nicosia municipality with the support of the Union of Cyprus Municipalities.
The CEMR works in many fields of activity such as regional policy, transport, the environment, equal opportunities, and governance.
Mr Brocklebank is pleased to clarify that Coun Dowd only received pounds 6,000pafrom the LGA and no allowance from the CEMR.
AER helps the Commission oversee the Exchange of Experience Program, and CEMR acts as the intermediary between the subnational authorities and the Commission on Recite projects.
According to CEMR, another source of concern is the effective application of the partnership principle.
The CEMR model of Indiana's economy similarly provided a basis for projecting the outlook for the state.
CEMR also wants energy investments to avoid a disproportionate financial overload and reduction of the room for manoeuvre of local andaregional governments.
The CEMR called the judgment a "milestone" for local authorities in Europe.
The CEMR would also like to see the European Commission impose reductions of emissions instead of simply suggesting' that member states do so.
The CoR and CEMR had recommended that the MEPs vote in favour of a general system of prior authorisation.
EUROCITIES is part of the Covenat of Mayors Office, the central secretariat responsible for the daily administration of the initiative, together with Energy Cities, Climate Alliance, Fedarene and CEMR.