SAN

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AcronymDefinition
SANStorage Area Network
SANSpirit and Nature (Internet group)
SANSouth Asian Network
SANSanitization
SANStyrene Acrylonitrile
SANSelf-Assembled Nanoparticle
SANSubscriber Account Number
SANSustainable Agriculture Network (USDA)
SANScientifically Advanced Nutrition (supplements)
SANSouth African Navy
SANSinoatrial Node
SANServer Area Network
SANStorage Access Networking
SANSubject Alternative Name (variant web hosting name)
SANSystem Area Network
SANSenior Advocate of Nigeria
SANSyndicat d'Agglomeration Nouvelle (French: New Union of Agglomeration)
SANSEMA Action Network
SANStrong Acid Number (petroleum and lubricant industry)
SANSenior Action Network
SANStandard Address Number
SANSila and the AfroFunk (band)
SANSpinal Accessory Nerve
SANSandeels (FAO species name code)
SANSan Andreas News (gaming)
SANStandard Algebraic Notation (chess)
SANSmall Area Network
SANSensor Actuator Network
SANSociété d'Astronomie de Nantes (French: Astronomical Society of Nantes)
SANSan Francisco Operations Office (US DOE)
SANSecurity Assistance Network
SANSubscriber-Access Network (Cisco)
SANStochastic Activity Network
SANStochastic Automata Network
SANSan Diego, CA, USA - Lindbergh International Airport (Airport Code)
SANSystem Alert Notification (Alcatel)
SANSecondary Access Node
SANSanabria's Air Post Catalog (philatelic catalog)
SANSecure Area Network
SANSmall Access Node
SANShort Area Network
SANService Advisory Notice
SANSafeguards Accountability Network
SANSuburban Anti-Terrorist Network
SANSystem Advisory Notice
SANStatlig sektorns arbetsmiljönämnd (Swedish: Joint Work Environment Council for the Government Sector)
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The President of the National Academy of Sciences, Walter Fernndez and the Executive Director, Dayana Mora, participated in the activity; Eduardo Sibaja, General Director of the National Center of High Technology (CeNAT); the Costa Rican seismologist and researcher, Marino Protti; the former rector of the Costa Rican Technological Institute and researcher, Julio Calvo; Jos Mara Gutirrez researcher at the Clodomiro Picado Institute and university professor; the former Director of CATIE and Executive Director of the Sustainable Agriculture Network, Jos Joaqun Campos, the President of CONICIT, Guiselle Tamayo and two frontline managers at that institution, Arturo Vicente and Max Cerdas.
Recent activities include a collaboration with the Pembrokeshire Sustainable Agriculture Network and another with the Dyfi Biosphere in the Machynlleth and Aberystwyth area.
In late 2017, RA took over the Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN) Standard and certification programme, and separately, in January 2018, RA merged with UTZ, a leading agricultural certification body based in Amsterdam.
The Rainforest Alliance and the Sustainable Agriculture Network are both working to develop standards that will address issues with bamboo production, and, after they go into effect, these certifications will further assist consumers.
GIZ Environment and Rural Development (EnRD) Program Director Max Baumann explained that the program aims to "increase certified production areas to a minimum of 500 hectares." Some 300 farms--with an average landholding of 1.5 hectares per farmer--covered under the project will undergo a certification from the Rainforest Alliance, a certifying body recognized by the Sustainable Agriculture Network SAN).
Since 1987, the New York-based Rainforest Alliance has worked to conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods by transforming land-use practices, business practices and consumer behavior in more than 100 countries, through the promotion of standards developed by the Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN), a global coalition of non-profit conservation organizations.
The Rainforest Alliance Certified[TM] seal indicates third-party standards established by the Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN) have been met in food production, including safe and fair treatment of workers and protection of habitats and wildlife.
The Mississippi Sustainable Agriculture Network (MSAN) is comprised of Mississippi farmers, consumers, educators, and activists working together to improve the sustainability of the state's rich agricultural resources by promoting small family farms and local, sustainable food systems.
The Rainforest Alliance, an international non-governmental organisation, will support Nestle together with other partners of the Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN) and the coffee association, 4C, in meeting the Nescafe Plan objectives related to farming.
But help is on the way, largely thanks to the pioneering work of the Rainforest Alliance, which certifies as sustainable those banana farms and plantations that meet certain criteria for responsible farm management set by the Sustainable Agriculture Network, a coalition of non-profits striving to improve commodity production in the tropics.
With OES support, the Sustainable Agriculture Network has hired 60 additional trainers, who will initially train an estimated 3,000 farmers in the management practices needed to achieve certification.
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