NRDA

AcronymDefinition
NRDANatural Resource Damage Assessment
NRDANos Reservamos El Derecho de Admisión (Spanish: We Reserve the Right to Admission)
NRDANear-Resonance Decoupling Approach
NRDA21st Century Nanotechnology Research and Development Act of 2003
NRDANorthwest Regional Development Agency (UK)
NRDANevada Research and Development Area
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for Swanson Creek NRDA Council, Summary of NRDA-Related Surveys Initiated during the Emergency Phase of the Swanson Creek Oil Spill, February 2002, http://bit.ly/NRDAsurveys.
"It is not uncommon for the NRDA assessment and regulatory process to take years."
Finally, this restoration project is being implemented with Deepwater Horizon NRDA Early Restoration funds, one of four components of the USD318m Louisiana Outer Coast Restoration projects, approved under the third phase of early restoration in October 2014, the company stated.
An independent nodal agency, Naya Raipur Development Authority (NRDA) was set up in 2006 to control and manage the development and progress of the new smart city located some 20 km from Raipur.
The $20 billion escrow fund set up by BP in June 2010 is not for government NRDA claims, but it can be used to reimburse individual losses of subsistence use of natural resources, primarily lost fishing opportunities, which are covered by OPA.
In order to address the long delays in achieving public benefits from NRDA, natural resource trustees working with NOAA have developed an accounting framework and a legal structure that is analogous to the transfer of liability mechanism in the CWA or the ESA's compensatory mitigation banking.
The study was co-sponsored by Peel Holdings, owner of the Peel Ports, and the NRDA, which says it is committed to tackling climate change in the region.
and may seek to recover those damages." Natural resource damage assessments (NRDA) are separate from the cleanup actions undertaken at a hazardous waste or spill site, and they provide a process whereby the natural resource trustees can determine the proper compensation to the public for injury to natural resources.
MerseyBroadband is an initiative funded by the NRDA and led by Liverpool Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
Kennedy (D-RI), accompanied by former First Lady Rosalynn Carter; Margaret Heldring, PhD, president of America's HealthTogether; and representatives of the New York City Fire Department, introduced into Congress the National Resilience Development Act of 2003 (NRDA).
The State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR), Madison, Wisconsin, USA, has developed a new page on its web site with information about the Lower Fox River Natural Resource Damage Assessment (NRDA) and restoration efforts.
In the theory, NRD assessments (NRDA's) simply are meant to restore natural resources and habitats to the condition they would have been in had the spill or release not occurred (or to replace or acquire them), and to compensate the public for loss of the damaged resources' use or enjoyment.