DNS

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DNSDomain Name System
DNSDomain Name Service
DNSDid Not Start (auto racing)
DNSDirect Numerical Simulation
DNSDainippon Screen (Japan)
DNSDen Nationale Scene (Norwegian: The National Scence)
DNSDid Not Show
DNSDesoxyribonukleinsäure (German: DNA)
DNSDo Not Sell
DNSDirection Nationale de la Statistique (French: National Directorate of Statistics; Guinea)
DNSDistributed Name Service
DNSData Networking System
DNSDigital Network Systems
DNSDistinguished Names
DNSDomain Name Server
DNSData Network Services
DNSDet Norske Studentersamfund (Norwegian: Norwegian Students' Society)
DNSDegree Network System (Servicemembers Opportunities College)
DNSDetermination of Non Significance
DNSDouble Neutron Stars (astronomy)
DNSDigital Network Solutions (various locations)
DNSDelaware Nature Society
DNSDirector of Nursing Services
DNSDivision of Nuclear Safety
DNSDebt-for-Nature Swap
DNSData Network Services (Richmond, Virginia)
DNSDubai National School (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
DNSDigital Nervous System
DNSDansyl
DNSData Not Shown
DNSDomain Name Server/Service
DNSDigital Natural Sound (recording studio; Germany)
DNSDo Not Stuff (electronics manufacturing)
DNSDeviated Nasal Septum
DNSDistant Network Service
DNSDefense Nuclear Security (National Nuclear Security Administration)
DNSDynamic Name Server
DNSDo Not Survey
DNSDo Not Schedule
DNSDark Northern Spring (wheat)
DNSDebt Negotiation Services (Boynton Beach, FL)
DNSDo Not Substitute (pharmacy directive)
DNSDaily Nutritional Support (health supplement)
DNSDirector, Navy Staff
DNSDefense National Stockpile
DNSDevoir Non Surveillé (French: Need Not Supervise)
DNSDepartment of Nuclear Safety (FEMA)
DNSDecca Navigator System (RadioNavigation-Commission of Irish Lights)
DNSDoppler Navigation System
DNSDen Norske Studentersangforening
DNSDog N Suds (drive-in restaurant)
DNSDay & Night Sight
DNSDate Not Specified
DNSDiffuse Neutron Scattering
DNSDay/Night Scope
DNSDrowning Non-Swimmer (lifeguarding)
DNSDelta Network Systems
DNSDiablo Numismatic Society
DNSDragon Naturally Speaking (voice recognition)
DNSDremel Net Solutions LLC
DNSDoppler Navigation Sensor
DNSDextrose Normal Saline
DNSDrunk 'n Stupid (band)
DNSDivision of Nutritional Services
DNSDigital Network Switch
DNSDinitrosalycilate (biochemistry)
DNSDundee Naturalists' Society (Scotland, UK)
DNSDomain Naming System
DNSDinitrosalicylic Acid
DNSDoctor of Nursing Science
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government passed the Tropical Forest Conservation Act to codify debt-for-nature swaps, including formally welcoming non-profit groups like Conservation International, the Nature Conservancy, WWF and others to help arrange the deals and oversee implementation of local initiatives.
debt-for-nature swap between a developing country, its central bank, and
Countries Participating in Three-Party Debt-for-Nature Swaps, 1987-Present (excluding TFCA transactions) 3 Table 2.
Debt-for-nature swaps generated a great deal of publicity for the international conservation NGOs, such as The Nature Conservancy, World Wildlife Fund and Conservation International, who pioneered them in the 1980s.
Under George Bush's Enterprise for Americas Initiative (EAI), the United States government completed the first government to government debt-for-nature swap. However, even with governmental involvement, the EAI requires assistance of nongovernmental conservation organizations.
(80.) 'Madagascar: Debt-For-Nature Swap', 4-5, [Online] Available: http://dec.usaid.gov/index.cfm (Retrieved 12 March 2012).
CEPAL only provided information for those debt-for-nature swaps. This was also for psychological reasons, since public opinion tends to view public subsidies favoring nature positively.
Finally, he notes that several research institutions in Brazil would like to explore debt-for-science swaps modeled on the well-publicized debt-for-nature swaps.
USAID is also providing assistance in debt-for-nature swaps. In 1989 USAID provided a $1 millon grant to help the World Wildlife Fund buy $2.1 million of debt in Madagascar.