BDG

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BDGBuilding (usually seen as BLDG)
BDGBitDegree (online education platform)
BDGBudget
BDGBinding
BDGBusiness Development Consultant (various companies)
BDGBackoffice Developer'S Guide
BDGBanco de Datos Genéticos (Spanish: Genetic Data Bank; various locations)
BDGBusiness Development Group
BDGBundaberg (Queensland, Australia)
BDGBandag, Inc. (stock symbol; Muscatine, IA)
BDGBillion Dollar Graphics (Annandale, VA)
BDGBanque de Dépots et de Gestion (French; Swiss bank)
BDGBlanding, Utah (airport code)
BDGBioRegional Development Group (UK)
BDGBlagues de Geek (French: Geek Jokes; website)
BDGBatten's Disease Gene
BDGBiological Diversity of the Guiana Shield (Smithsonian Institute)
BDGBuilding Diagnostics Group (Atlanta, GA)
BDGBenefit Development Group (Providence, RI)
BDGBremer Design GmbH (Germany)
BDGBen Davis Giants (high school team)
BDGBig Dopey Grin
BDGBroadband Data Gateway
BDGBiodiversity-Gram (biology)
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He is on the board of the Congress for the New Urbanism, serves on the BioRegional Development Group board of directors, on the Energy and Climate TAC of the STAR Community Index,.
Launched by Britain's BioRegional Development Group and its partner WWF in Portugal, the development is part of a larger project that brings together sustainable housing, nature conservation, reforestation and ecofriendly transport.
If the BioRegional Development Group gets its way, Wales could soon have its first eco-village.
The pioneering initiative was born from an idea conceived and initiated by the BioRegional Development Group (BRGD), an independent, entrepreneurial environmental organisation, architect Bill Dunster and the Peabody Trust housing association.
But you can see and smell the two and a half acres planted on abandoned local council property by the visionary BioRegional Development Group (BDG).
Wales' first eco-village could be built within the next three years if an environmental organisation BioRegional Development Group is successful in finding a location for 1,000 new homes.