AXN

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AcronymDefinition
AXNAccion (Spanish: Action)
AXNAutotask Extend Network
AXNAction
AXNAction Network
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Indigenous Environmental Network and Rainforest Action Network are in complete support of our sisters and brothers in Brazil fighting for their way of life, for their rights and their land, and for our planet and future.
For more information on the Science to Climate Action Network, visit www.climateassessment.org.
To get involved with the Permaculture Action Network, visit its website at www.PermacultureAction.org.
Public records reveal sources for only $15 million of the $112 million that American Action Network reported raising from 2010 to June 2015, according to its most recently available tax returns.
- Enrollment in US-based support and resource organisation The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network's Know Your Tumor personalised medicine service has now passed 1,000 pancreatic cancer patients since the programme's 2014 inception, the group said.
The International Smart Grid Action Network, an organisation assists in development and deployment of electricity grids worldwide through dynamic knowledge sharing, peer exchange, tool development and project coordination, has recognised Florida Power & Light Company, the third-largest electric utility in the United States, with an Award of Excellence.
The Post Landfill Action Network (PLAN) is a nonprofit, cooperative network of student leaders whose mission is to create zero-waste solutions in their campus communities.
The 'Climate Action Network Arab World' was established through efforts from IndyACT, Germanwatch, the Climate Action Network (CAN), and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
President Obama and HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell inaugurated the Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network in an event at the White House attended by Rite Aid chairman and chief executive officer John Standley, who at the time also was chairman of the National Association of Chain Drag Stores, and NACDS president and CEO Steve Anderson.
The Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network is intended to support those goals and give everyone a say in the process's success, Secretary Burwell said at the briefing.
Bob Henkel, CEO of Ascension Health, added: "Partnering with others is essential to making new payment models work well, so Ascension is eager to join our colleagues across the industry today as one of the first members of the Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network."
One hundred percent of the $3,400 winning bid was donated to Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.