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CRBCertified Residential Broker
CRBCommodity Research Bureau (finance)
CRBCriminal Records Bureau (UK)
CRBCarbon
CRBCopyright Royalty Board (Library of Congress)
CRBCertified Real Estate Brokerage Manager
CRBCrawfordsville (bus stop; Amtrak statcion code; Crawfordsville, IN)
CRBCross Roller Bearing (various companies)
CRBCollectif des Radios Blues (French: Blues Radio Collective; various locations)
CRBCredit Reference Bureau (various locations)
CRBCentres de Ressources Biologiques (French: Biological Resource Centers)
CRBCalifornia Research Bureau
CRBChabab Riadhi Belouizdad (Algerian football club)
CRBCentre de Recherche Budo (French: Budo Research Center; martial arts)
CRBChairman Railway Board (India)
CRBComité de la Réglementation Bancaire (French: Committee on Banking Regulation)
CRBCramer-Rao Bound
CRBCroix-Rouge de Belgique (French: Belgian Red Cross)
CRBCentrale Raad voor het Bedrijfsleven (Belgium)
CRBCenter for Responsible Business (various organizations)
CRBCountry Radio Broadcasters, Inc.
CRBColumbia River Basin
CRBControl and Robotics (various schools)
CRBCentre de Recherche Berbère (French: Berber Research Center)
CRBCivilian Review Board
CRBCome Right Back
CRBColumbia River Basalt
CRBCenter for Reproductive Biology (various locations)
CRBClube de Regatas Brasil (Brazilian soccer club)
CRBChange Review Board
CRBClinical Review Board
CRBContract Review Board
CRBCertification Review Board
CRBCylindrical Roller Bearing(s)
CRBCapital Region BOCES (Board of Cooperative Educational Services)
CRBClassification Review Board
CRBConservation Review Board (Canada)
CRBCentre Réparation Bobinage (French: Winding Repair Center)
CRBCommunity Resource Board
CRBCitizen's Review Board
CRBConcurrent Routing and Bridging (Cisco)
CRBCréations Réalisations Barbecues (French: Authoring Barbecues)
CRBCertification/Registration Body
CRBClark Realty Builders (Virginia)
CRBCentral Registered Body (UK)
CRBCole, Raywid & Braverman, LLP (Washington, DC)
CRBCentre de Recherche du Bouchet (French: Bouchet Research Center)
CRBCost Review Board
CRBCollectif Redessinons Broussais (French: Collective Redraw Broussais; hospital)
CRBCenter for Regenerative Biology (University of Connecticut)
CRBCentral Review Board
CRBClock Reference Board
CRBConfiguration Review Board
CRBClub Rétromobile du Berry (French car club)
CRBCharles River Broadcasting
CRBCriminal Registration Branch (police incident code; New Zealand)
CRBCheap Reloading Bastard
CRBColombian Rainbow Boa (herpetoculture)
CRBCrumbs, Drosophila
CRBCampaign for Real Beauty (Dove)
CRBCommon Readers' Bookshop (various lists of books)
CRBContent Review Board
CRBCommand Review Board
CRBCertification Record Brief
CRBCapital Review Board (various organizations)
CRBCarrier Review Board
CRBCapillary Refill Brisk
CRBCustomer Records and Billing (telecommunications industry)
CRBChemistry Review Branch
CRBCentral Recording Building
CRBComposite Rotor Blade
CRBCold Refreshing Beverage
CRBConcrete Roadside Barrier
CRBConcerns Resolution Board
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We help to cut carbon emissions now by: * Providing specialist advice and finance to help organisations cut carbon; * setting standards for carbon reduction.
Further tests indicated that HO-1 and carbon monoxide keep other immune cells from activating the myelin-targeting T cells.
Each mature tree can remove roughly 11 kilograms (kg) of carbon dioxide a year.
Protecting and restoring the nation's urban tree canopy, now being lost at an alarming rate, is a crucial part of sustainable growth and an effective way to counteract excess carbon.
These materials were also used later in full stabilizer bars and wings for the F14 TomCat, built in 1967 and believed to be one of the most carbon composite-intensive fighter planes at the time.
He is seriously grappling with the issue--in speeches, in meetings with environmentalists, in company reports, and where it counts most, in voluntary measures to reduce carbon emissions.
Sherwood Idso currently serves as president of the Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change, a post he's held since 2001.
Terrestrial biomass is a huge short-term carbon reservoir (~2000 Gt C) that uses photosynthesis and plant respiration to exchange carbon with the atmosphere.
Lustrous carbon defects almost always occurred when using binders that evolved large quantities of carbonaceous decomposition products during the filling of the mold by molten metal.
Our studies prove that carbon nanotubes can compete with silicon in terms of performance, and since they may allow transistors to be made much smaller, they are promising candidates for a future nanoelectronic technology.
Many scientists see sequestering carbon in biotic "sinks" such as forests and farmlands in the terrestrial biosphere as a win--win proposition for the environment--"a way to improve the atmosphere while doing things you ought to be doing anyway, like protecting natural resources and promoting sustainable development," says Gregg Marland, a research scientist and expert in carbon sequestration at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee.