GREAN

AcronymDefinition
GREANGolspie Recycling and Environmental Action Network (Scotland, UK)
GREANGlobal Research on the Environmental and Agricultural Nexus (international program)
GREANGrass Roots Environmental Action Now
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Staff will sort the materials into crates for collection by the Grean project.
Facilities managers love the performance and, of course, appreciate the Grean Seal certification for the cleaners and floor care products.
For its certification process, Rodda selected Green Seal, a nonprofit group in Washington, D.C., which has approved approximately 15 paint and coatings manufacturers to carry the Grean Seal approval logo on certain products.
(International sales: Pandora, Burbank, Calif.) Produced by Hunt Lowry, Paul Federbush, Casey La Scala, Wendy Grean. Executive producer, Shebnem Askin.
And then there is the small matter that Minnesota beat Grean Bay fair and square by a 31-21 scoreline just three weeks ago.
The Stanney Oaks development itself has also received a Grean Leaf Housing award for its high standard of landscaping and presentation.
One model for such a collaboration is the Global Research on the Environmental and Agricultural Nexus (GREAN) initiative, which has been proposed to Congress by a consortium of U.S.
The Grean Outdoors: "The best thing about being a geologist is doing science outside," McNutt says.
This is precisely the idea behind a newly proposed initiative: Global Research on the Environmental and Agricultural Nexus (GREAN).
The Vertical Dyad Linkage Theory (VDLT) of leadership (Dansereau, Grean & Haga, 1975; Grean, 1976; Grean & Schiemann, 1978) is very relevant.
Build a city, an enourmous city made up of frontier forts, dark wood and grean roofs and high gates made of pointed logs and bonfires burning on every street corner.