MEM

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AcronymDefinition
MEMMemory
MEMMemorial
MEMMemorabilia
MEMMaster of Environmental Management (various universities)
MEMMemorandum
MEMMethods in Electron Microscopy
MEMMinisterio de Energia y Minas (Guatemala)
MEMMinimum Essential Medium (culture medium)
MEMMinimal Essential Medium (culture medium)
MEMModified Eagle's Medium (culture media)
MEMMaster of Engineering Management
MEMMissouri Employers Mutual (Columbia, MO)
MEMMultilateral Evaluation Mechanism (drug trafficking)
MEMMetro Ethernet Manager
MEMMacro Editor Macro
MEMMemory Manager
MEMMicro-Electro-Mechanical
MEMMaximum Entropy Method
MEMMain Event Mafia (wrestling)
MEMMajor Economies Meeting
MEMMinistry of Energy and Mines
MEMMinistère de l'Énergie et des Mines (French: Ministry of Energy and Mines; various locations)
MEMMedical Electronics Manufacturing (magazine)
MEMMobile Enterprise Management (software)
MEMMiddle Earth Mud (gaming)
MEMMunicipal Emergency Manager (Australia)
MEMManufacturing Enterprise Model
MEMMajor Emergency Management (offshore oil & gas industry)
MEMMining Environmental Management
MEMManufacturing Equipment Monitor
MEMManufacturing Engineering Memo (various companies)
MEMMonocular Estimate Method (ophthalmology)
MEMMars Excursion Module
MEMModule Exchange Mechanism (US NASA)
MEMMemphis, TN, USA - Memphis International Airport (Airport Code)
MEMMinimum Endogenous Mortality
MEMMain Electronics Module
MEMMarine Engineering Mechanic (Royal Navy UK)
MEMMeasurement Error Model
MEMMellors Elliot Motorsport
MEMModal Emission Model
MEMMicro-Electro-Mechanics
MEMMechanical Electrical Maintenance
MEMMultiple Engagement Model (military analysis model)
MEMMcAfee Enterprise Management
MEMModel-Experiment-Model
MEMMarket Equipment Management
MEMMatjaz Eric Maj (Mem Couture; fashion brand)
MEMMusica ExperiMente Ensemble (Contemporary Music Ensemble: Italy)
MEMModel Exercise Model
MEMMarine Equity Model
MEMMunition Effectiveness Manual
MEMMultiple-Entry Memory (software framework)
MEMMove Entity Manager (USAF)
MEMMature Equivalent of Milk
MEMMaximum Energy Management
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During Wednesday's major economies meeting, Manmohan Singh, the Indian prime minister, said that India's top priority was to help its poor and could not even consider quantitative restrictions on emissions.
But he hastened to stress the need for any agreement to be shared with other major polluters such as China and India, thus calling for an agreement at a summit of the U.S.-led Major Economies Meeting forum to be held back to back with the G-8 summit.
The Major Economies Meeting consists of the G-8 along with Australia, Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, South Korea, Mexico and South Africa, plus the European Union and the European Commission.
The US administration launched the MEM (Major Economies Meeting) process at the G8 in Heiligendamm (Germany) in June 2007 (see Europolitics 3320), with an initial summit held last September in Washington (see Europolitics 3382), followed by an expert meeting in Hawaii in late January (3461).
The United States plans to hold the Major Economies Meeting on Energy Security and Climate Change during the summit period.
At a convention center in Chiba Prefecture near Tokyo, officials connected to the so-called Major Economies Meeting worked out recommendations for the ongoing U.N.
The third Major Economies Meeting, to be attended by the leaders' representatives, is scheduled to be held in Paris in mid-April.
Last May, the United States, the only major industrialized country to reject the Kyoto Protocol, put forward the idea of launching the Major Economies Meeting on Energy Security and Climate Change in an attempt to show Washington's commitment to taking action on global warming and working toward a global consensus on a long-term target and method to reduce CO2 emissions.
The White House official was speaking on the sidelines of a one-day session in Chiba of the U.S.-led Major Economies Meeting on Energy Security and Climate Change.
Price declined to comment on a Japanese proposal for slashing global carbon emissions by half from current levels by 2050, only saying, ''We are discussing the long-term goal in the context of the Major Economies Meeting, and we are participating actively in those discussions as are the others in the room.''
Japan is also considering hosting the Environment and Energy Summit of G-8 leaders and their peers from other polluters and the U.S.-led Major Economies Meeting on Energy Security and Climate Change around the July 7-9 summit.
Bush have agreed to this bilateral initiative, and the two nations have begun working-level talks on a plan to hold the ''Environment and Energy Summit'' of G-8 leaders and their partners from other carbon emitters and the U.S.-led ''Major Economies Meeting on Energy Security and Climate Change'' ahead of the G-8 summit in Hokkaido.