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ANCONAssociation for the Conservation of Nature (est. 1985; Seattle, WA)
ANCONLa Asociación Nacional Para La Conservación de La Naturaleza
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It was a very proud moment for the two Ancon representatives who share more than 50 years' service and have played important strategic roles in the company achieving and maintaining UK market leadership and its significant international growth.
They recognise only the highest levels of excellence, with Ancon now honoured in two separate categories.
ANCON has also warned that logging leads to deforestation, drought, and the loss of biodiversity, which will only sink local communities even further into poverty.
13 August 2010 - AM Best confirmed on Thursday the A++ (superior) financial strength rating and the "aa+" issuer credit ratings (ICRs) of US Ancon Insurance and Petroleum Casualty Group and its member companies Ancon Insurance Co and Petroleum Casualty Co.
Recovery efforts at the Ancon, Club Amigo Costasur and Brisas Trinidad del Mar hotels began soon after Hurricane Ike's winds and rains died down.
The 1883 Treaty of Ancon closed the four-year War of the Pacific, allowing Chile to manage the provinces for ten years, upon which residents would vote on which state they wished to join.
said yesterday it has agreed to sell its U.K.-based Ancon Building Products business to Irish building materials producer CRH plc for about $174 million.
1877: The newspaper reported on an apparent race between two steamers from San Francisco, the Ajax and the Ancon, which appeared to arrive almost simultaneously in Astoria.
In 1982, David Roubik, based at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Ancon, Panama, published a detailed analysis of the lifestyle of a Trigona bee that requires carcasses for its protein.
In order to gather material for their educational programs and the Rainforest Pyramid, Moody Gardens staff routinely travel to Latin America's rain forests and, for the past two years, have concentrated on Panama, working with the Asociacion Nacional para la Conservacion de la Naturaleza (ANCON), Panama's most prominent nature conservation organization.