EREP

AcronymDefinition
EREPEnvironmental Record Editing and Printing
EREPEnvironment and Resource Efficiency Plan (Australia)
EREPEmergency Response and Evacuation Plan
EREPEarth Resources Experiment Package
EREPEnvironmental Record Editing and Printing (IBM)
EREPEncontro Regional dos Estudantes de Psicologia
EREPEnvironmental Radiation and Emergency Preparedness
EREPEthiopian Rural Education Project (LearningWell Partners International, Inc.)
EREPExtended Range Electronic Projectile
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Apos a autorizacao da escola, dos responsaveis pelos alunos e dos alunos proprios alunos, via assinatura, respectivamente, dos Termos de Consentimento e Assentimento Livre e Esclarecido, foi aplicado o Questionario Sociodemografico, a Escala de Congruencia entre Pais e Filhos (ECPF-EP), a Escala de Exigencia e Responsividade Parentais (EREP) e, por ultimo, a Escala de Autoeficacia para Escolha Profissional (EAE-EP).
A principio, foi analisada a media e o desvio padrao dos fatores das escalas, sendo estas a Escala de Congruencia entre Pais e Filhos (ECPF-EP), a Escala de Exigencia e Responsividade Parentais (EREP) e a Escala de Autoeficacia para Escolha coeficiente alfa.
No primeiro modelo foram inseridos os fatores da EREP (responsividade e exigencia materna e paterna), sendo que o fator responsividade materna foi o unico preditor significativo que explicou 4% da variacao na variavel dependente decisao para escolha profissional (F [1.118] = 5.432; p = 0.021).
Finally, the failure to reflect the real value of ecosystems in decision making has a negative impact on the economy: the EREP calls on the EU, member states and the industry to develop a methodology to remedy this.
Improve the efficient use of resources in business-to-business relations: the EREP recommends developing "sustainable sourcing standards" allowing companies to guarantee to their clients that all the resources contained in a product have been manufactured and used sustainably.
Resource efficiency requires a dynamic fiscal and regulatory framework, emphasises the EREP, suggesting that the EU should adopt a more coherent product policy by mainstreaming, consolidating and ensuring consistency among existing instruments, such as ecolabels, and the ecodesign directive, thus providing clearer and more trustworthy signals to producers and consumers.
Some 30 agents, what Rosenzweig calls eReps, are on hand at the firm's offices in Westwood to answer incoming queries from customers.
Depending on who the web site belongs to, the eReps undergo a series of training sessions so that they'll be able to answer all the users' questions.
He says the company is currently adding one new client a week and six new eReps. Next week, it will announce its first round of venture funding, along with a slew of new customers.