SARA

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SARASaratoga
SARASuperfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (US EPA)
SARASpecies At Risk Act (Canada)
SARAScandinavian Arabian Racing Association (Sweden)
SARAScale For the Assessment and Rating of Ataxia (neurology)
SARAStichting Academisch Rekencentrum Amsterdam
SARASgml Aware Retrieval Application
SARAScanning Analysis Response and Assessment
SARAScholarly Articles Research Alerting
SARASymposium on Abstraction, Reformulation and Approximation
SARASociety of Amateur Radio Astronomers
SARAState Adoption Resource Agency (India)
SARASecurity Auditor's Research Assistant
SARASociety of American Registered Architects
SARASpousal Assault Risk Assessment
SARAServices Acquisition Reform Act (USA)
SARASuccessor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency (San Jose, CA)
SARASubacute Ruminal Acidosis
SARASevern Area Rescue Association (UK)
SARASMAD Anchor for Receptor Activation
SARASexual Assault Resource Agency
SARASexually Acquired Reactive Arthritis
SARAService Animal Relief Area
SARASharing America's Resources Abroad (Ohio)
SARASíndrome da Angústia Respiratória Aguda (Portuguese: Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome)
SARASuperfund Amendments & Reauthorization Act of 1986
SARASaturates, Aromatics, Resins, and Asphaltenes (petroleum analysis)
SARASonic Arts Research Archive (database; UK)
SARAService Animal Registry of America
SARASelective Aldosterone Receptor Antagonist
SARASociety for Applied Research in Aging
SARASaratoga National Historic Park (US National Park Service)
SARAScientific Applications & Research Associates, Inc.
SARASoftware Architecture Review and Assessment
SARASouth African Reward Association
SARASouthern Automobile Racing Association
SARASystem Architects' Apprentice
SARASatellite pour Astronomie Radio Amateur (French amateur radio astronomy satellite)
SARAStreekarchivariaat Regio Achterhoek
SARAStudy of Acid Reflux and Asthma
SARAScan, Analyze, Respond, and Assess (problem-solving model used by law enforcement)
SARASouthern Applied Research Association (Canada)
SARASAP Archive Administration
SARASquadron Assistance/Risk Assessment
SARAShock, Anger, Rejection, Acceptance (reactions to change)
SARAService Academy Research Associate (program)
SARASafety Analysis and Risk Assessment (various organizations)
SARASpanish-American Riding Academy
SARAShoreline Amateur Radio Association (Long Beach, CA)
SARAStällning, Andning, Riktning, Avfyring (Swedish shooting reminder)
SARASouth-central Alaska Radio Association
SARASexual Assault and Response Awareness program
SARAStation Aerostransportable Reconnaissance Aerienne
SARASystems Accounting & Resource Analysis
SARASprint Automated Rate Analysis
SARASystem for Anesthetic and Respiratory Analysis
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Funding to support the implementation of the Impact Assessment Act and the Species at Risk Act.
Endangered Species Act and Marine Mammal Protection Act and Canada's Species At Risk Act.
The principal federal instrument that provides for this protection is the Species at Risk Act (SARA), passed by Parliament in December 2002.
The Species at Risk Act (SARA), intended to protect Canadian plants and wildlife and their habitats, is another victim.
Listing of an endangered species under the federal Species at Risk Act (SARA) prevents direct harm or killing on federal lands, but federal lands represent only about five per cent of the land base in Canada's provinces.
Interim Environment Commissioner Neil Maxwell estimates that Environment Canada has such a backlog of recovery strategies required under the Species at Risk Act that it could take 10 years to catch up.
Legally binding timelines will be set for key regulatory permitting processes, including the Fisheries Act, the Species at Risk Act, the Navigable Waters Protection Act, the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, and the Nuclear Safety and Control Act.
23, counsels for the four Alberta First Nations and two environmental groups (Alberta Wilderness Association and Pembina Institute) filed a notice of application in federal court for a second judicial review of the minister's decision not to issue an emergency order under the Species At Risk Act as well as challenge the delay in presenting the recovery strategy
fernaldii as threatened and they were legally designated as such under the Newfoundland and Labrador Endangered Species Act and the Canadian Species at Risk Act.
However, this status is subject to revision because of the new Species at Risk Act (SARA), which became law in Canada in 2002.
The book was developed as part of a federally funded project related to the Species at Risk Act and uses the Coast Salish storytelling tradition, sxwiem, to bring important concepts about ecosystems and conservation to families in a format that is friendly and enjoyable.