HERA

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AcronymDefinition
HERAHousing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008
HERAHolding Energia Risorse Ambiente (Bologna, Italy)
HERAHigher Education Reconciliation Act of 2005
HERAHuman and Environmental Risk Assessment
HERAHigher Education Role Analysis (UK)
HERAHeavy Engineering Research Association
HERAHousing Education and Research Association (Bozeman, MT)
HERAHealth Education and Research Association
HERAHurricane Education Recovery Act
HERAHadron-Elektron-Ringanlage (Hadron Electron Ring Accelerator)
HERAHigh-Explosive Rocket Assisted
HERAHeritage Australia
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Engineers Australia through the Engineering Heritage web page has a number of practice notes and has published the document Engineering Heritage Australia including Guidelines for Engineering Heritage and Conservation (Engineers Australia, Engineering Heritage Australia 2014).
The provision of training, as proposed by Engineering Heritage Australia, is essential for this to take hold and increase in the future.
This color-illustrated history for general readers and students chronicles the history, goals, and accomplishments of the conservation organization Bush Heritage Australia, while also portraying the beauty and diversity of AustraliaAEs ecosystems.
It was purchased by Bush Heritage Australia in 2008 with federal, state and private funding.
Landscape ecologist Dr Jim Radford, Science and Monitoring Manager at Bush Heritage Australia, helped coordinate the survey.
The project is a joint effort between Bush Heritage Australia, local landowners, the Tasmanian Land Conservancy and the Tasmanian Department of Primary Industries and Water.
The good news for the Eurobodalla gliders is that the NSW Government, in partnership with groups such as Bush Heritage Australia and Greening Australia, has recently announced it is embarking on the creation of a 2800-kilometre-long biodiversity corridor stretching from the Alps in Victoria to Atherton in Queensland.
Greening Australia, Bush Heritage Australia and The Nature Conservancy are initially focused on reconnecting a 70 km stretch of wildlife habitat between the Stirling Range and Fitzgerald River National Parks.