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EDEdition
EDEducation
EDEditor
EDUS Department of Education
EDEdit (IBM)
EDEvery Day
EDEmergency Department
EDExecutive Director
EDEngineering Design
EDEngineering Department (US Army, circa 1900)
EDEconomic Development
EDEnvironmental Design
EDEnvironmental Defense
EDExposure Draft
EDEffective Date
EDElectronic Discovery (law)
EDEating Disorder
EDEvil Dead (game)
EDErectile Dysfunction
EDEastern Division
EDEarly Detection
EDEmily Dickinson
EDEdison (conglomerate of power companies)
EDExtra-Low Dispersion (glass)
EDEvent Driven (simulation method)
EDEmotional Disturbance
EDEminent Domain
EDEmotionally Disturbed
EDEnforcement Division
EDEarly Death (oncology)
EDEarly Dismissal
EDEffective Dose
EDEngineering Data
EDEmotional Disability
EDEnumeration District
EDEnforcement Directorate (India)
EDElectric Dipole (physics)
EDEarly Decision
EDEntertainment District
EDEuropean Delivery (cars)
EDEndocrine Disruptor
EDEqually Distributed
EDEric Dickerson (ex-NFL player)
EDEngineering Development
EDEternal Darkness (video game)
EDExposure Duration
EDEncyclopedia Dramatica
EDÉcole Doctorale (French: Graduate School)
EDEvolutionary Development
EDEvaluation Directive (US DoD)
EDExcise Duty
EDEdge Distance
EDExternal Device
EDElectron Diffraction
EDEuropean Directive
EDEn Dergelijke (Dutch: et cetera)
EDEntner-Doudoroff
EDEmergency Dispatch
EDEnzymatic Digestion
EDExplosives Detection
EDEarly Deployment
EDEmployment Date
EDElectrical Discharge (metal machining process)
EDElectrodeposited
EDEx Dividend
EDEngine Down (band)
EDError Detecting
EDEquipment Description (Bell System)
EDEngineering Demonstration (Synthetic Theater of War program)
EDEctodermal Dysplasias
EDEdge Detector
EDExtensor Digitorum
EDErectile Difficulties
EDEnvelope Delay (US DoD)
EDEpileptiform Discharge
EDExecutive Directive
EDExplosive Diarrhea
EDExploratory Development
EDExplosive Decompression (rapid expansion of gas in elastomeric seals)
EDEmotional Dysregulation
EDExpedited Data
EDEmergency Director
EDEphemeris Data
EDEnhanced Damage (Diablo game)
EDExperiences and Directions (OWL workshop)
EDEuropean Dialogue (human rights group; UK)
EDEstrutura de Dados
EDEnding Delimiter
EDEnterodiol
EDExempt From Duty
EDEnterprise Dynamics (decision support tool)
EDEnergy Delay
EDExit Distance (US DoD)
EDEdge Density
EDExploitation and Development
EDEnforcement Droid (Robocop)
EDEthyldichloroarsine
EDErase Display
EDExcused from Duty
EDEmergency Decontamination
EDEuclidean Domain
EDEmbarkation Depot
EDError Density
EDExtra-High Density
EDEfficiency Decoration
EDEmergency Destruction
EDElectronic Deception
EDEncephalomyelitis disseminata (multiple sclerosis)
EDEuro Deli (Montreal, QB, Canada restaurant)
EDElectron Domain
EDElbow-Disarticulation (amputation)
EDElectrical Differential
EDElectronic Detention (parole)
EDEye-Protective Device
EDExhaust Damper
EDEar Diameter (corn)
EDExplosives Development
EDEuropean Doctorate in the Social History of Europe and the Mediterranean
EDEnigma Designs
EDExperiment Driver
EDElectrostatic Death (band)
EDEmbryonation Day
EDEngineer Directives (USACE)
EDEffective Date Unit Enters Federal Active Duty
EDExotic Dancing/Dancer
EDElectronic Distancer
EDEvolutionary Distinctiveness (scoring system used by Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered (EDGE))
EDDefinitive Orbital Element
EDElectronics Lock Deck
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The National Institutes of Health, the Cullen Trust for Health Care and the Environmental Defense Fund funded the creation of the database.
WWF has used the data as the basis for an online tool which points users to the best times to turn on or off home appliances to minimise carbon emissions, while Environmental Defense Fund Europe is working on the policy implications of having the data available and widely understood.
One of the main drivers for Project Gigaton runs in tandem with an analysis from the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) on the relative impact of supply chain-based emissions compared to direct emissions--with a major takeaway being that 80% of the emissions associated with U.S.
This surprised Tom Neltner, Environmental Defense Fund's chemicals policy director, who has spent 20 years researching and working to reduce lead exposures.
is already in compliance with the standards, according to the Environmental Defense Fund.
Northwest Environmental Defense Center, a nonprofit organization based at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, alleges in the lawsuit that the mill regularly discharges stormwater containing elevated levels of arsenic, lead and other chemicals.
"The historic correlation between the price of oil and the demand for renewable energy has been increasingly weakened in today's global markets," write the experts from the Environmental Defense Fund in an article published by Forbes.
"People know these cooling systems use a lot of energy, but nobody had ever focused on how much water they guzzle or how we could reduce that 'aqua-print," says Tom Murray, vice president of corporate partnerships at the Environmental Defense Fund.
In conversation with Fred Krupp, President, Environmental Defense FundC*
Working in these two states provides an opportunity to quantify methane emissions reductions as carbon offsets," the Environmental Defense Fund said in a news release.
Environmental Defense Fund senior attorney Dan Whittle was among 30 Americans, 30 Cubans and six Mexicans at the meeting, held ahead of an international meeting on ocean science in Havana.
A new report by the nonprofit Environmental Defense Fund estimates that idling cars and trucks generate some 130,000 tons of the leading greenhouse gas carbon dioxide each year in New York City.
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