BOI

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AcronymDefinition
BOIBoard of Investment
BOIBoise (Amtrak station code; Boise, ID)
BOIBank of Industry (Nigeria)
BOIBank Of Ireland
BOIBureau of Insurance (various locations)
BOIBorn on the Island (Galveston Island, Texas)
BOIBank of India
BOIBulletin Officiel des Impôts (French: Official Tax Bulletin)
BOIBureau of Immunization (Florida)
BOIBoard of Investments (Philippine authority)
BOIBond of Indemnity
BOIBoard Of Inquiry
BOIBay of Islands (New Zealand)
BOIBbs Onliner Interface
BOIBunch of Idiots (paintball team)
BOIBasis Of Issue
BOIBusiness Office Interiors (various locations)
BOIBe Online Inc (Madison, SD)
BOIBlue Ocean Institute
BOIBest of Italy
BOIBaltic Olympiad in Informatics
BOIBoiron SA (stock symbol; France)
BOIBalkan Olympiad in Informatics
BOIBinding Origin Information (customs)
BOIBusiness Object Interface
BOIBoard of Investigation (USACE)
BOIBill of Information
BOIBase Oil Interchange
BOIBreak of Integrity
BOIBlogging on the Island (Galveston, TX)
BOIBasic Operators Interface
BOIBattles of Infinity (game)
BOIBranch Output Interrupt
BOIBusiness Object Integration
BOIBreak On Inspection
BOIBoise, ID, USA - Boise Municipal Airport (Gowen Field) (Airport Code)
BOIBusiness Operating Income (finance)
BOIBursa Otobüs Isletmesi (Bursa City Coach Services)
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Later this month, Blue Ocean Institute, Environmental Defense Fund and the Monterey Bay Aquarium will each release their own user-friendly color-coded versions of the guide--in print, online and in mobile device versions--based on a shared set of information about the toxicity levels of various types of popular sushi fish.
Seaver is involved with both the Blue Ocean Institute and the Seafood Choices Alliance, and most recently, he left his restaurant positions behind to assume a full-time Development Chef position with D.C.
One planned profile-raiser is a series of courses centered on a new curriculum called the Blue Ocean Institute. The name comes from Blue Ocean Strategy, a book on creating market leading positions for brands and toppling competition penned by two INSEAD faculty members.
The two excerpted essays that follow come from Carl Safina, president of Blue Ocean Institute, who reframes the notion of sacrifice, and Alan Weisman, author of The World Without Us (Thomas Dunne Books), who suggests that the only way to compel people to care about the planet is to appeal to their self-interests.
CARL SAFINA is the founding president of Blue Ocean Institute. He is a MacArthur Fellow and a Pew Fellow and has received the Lannan Literary Award and the John Burroughs Medal, among other awards.
* Blue Ocean Institute Guide to Ocean-Friendly Seafood.