AEMA

AcronymDefinition
AEMAAlabama Emergency Management Agency
AEMAAccessibility Equipment Manufacturers Association (est. 1990)
AEMAAsphalt Emulsion Manufacturers Association
AEMAAustralian Early Medieval Association (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)
AEMAAuger Electron Microanalysis
AEMAAsociación Española de la Ecología y Medio Ambiente (Spain)
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Agenda Europea del Medio Ambiente (AEMA) (2016a): Circular Economy in Europe--Developing the Knowledge Base, EEA Report 2/2016, EEA, Copenhague.
Chuck Delph, senior VP of sales at AEMA did come to Detroit automakers' defense, particularly in relation to advancements in infotainment and alternative energy.
En 1990 se creo la Agencia Europea de Medio Ambiente (AEMA).
The CMA sued Aema in 2012 for allegedly underpaying out-of-network physicians and failing to approve some out-of-network services.
Ademas de la informacion producida por los distintos organismos centrales y territoriales de cada Estado, la red EIONET [1], de la Agencia Europea de Medio Ambiente (AEMA), coordina los organismos europeos que colaboran en el suministro de informacion para atender las necesidades de proteccion medioambiental de los Estados miembros de la Union Europea y otros paises limitrofes (son miembros 32 paises).
Dave Galea, executive director, public safety initiatives with AEMA, said resources will be provided to Siksika, "which suffered significant damage," as the needs are identified.
Entitled Atlantic Europe in the Metal Ages (AEMA): questions of shared language, the project will produce major new resources available in print and online for the earliest language evidence in Western Europe and its background in later prehistory.