EIR


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EIR

n. popular acronym for environmental impact report, required by many states as part of the application to a county or city for approval of a land development or project. (See: environmental impact report)

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The academic world has also adopted the EIR model, and the practice has become increasingly widespread among top business programs in the United States and abroad.
Various African countries have put efforts in bringing EIRs into their libraries and these can be reflected in many academic and research libraries such as that of UKZN in South Africa.
The "ideal" EIR comprises: (i) enrollment at birth; (ii) a unique and unequivocal identifier (ID); (iii) vaccination provider, vaccine dose, and date; (iv) mechanisms for aggregating data at different geographical levels; and (v) automated individualized follow-up of vaccination schedules (3, 8).
Salix will make a USD10 m up-front payment, a USD25m development milestone payment upon NDA approval of an EIR formulation rifaximin product for Crohn's disease, sales-based milestones and royalties on product sales of all EIR formulation rifaximin products.
EIR II has paid to the joint venture an amount corresponding to 49% of Eidesvik's investment in this project.
In addition, EIR will provide information on potential UAE trade partners available to companies outside the UAE.
The EIR provides a convenient one-stop point for verifying such information,' said Zaid Kamhawi, chief business officer, Emcredit.
From 1922 to 1938 Irish vehicles displayed SE (Saorstat Eireann) when outside the country, then EIR from 1938 to 1962.
One of the first steps in the EIR process is to hold a scoping meeting, which is scheduled for 6 to 8 Thursday night at City Hall, 44933 Fern Ave.
Two new solutions will be offered by GSM Technology Services, a joint venture between GSMA and iLabs, both customised to meet specific market requirements - a centralised managed EIR service and a new local EIR database.
The EIR recommendations urge the need to align the World Bank energy sector priorities with its environmental and social mandate, simultaneously to increase its investment in renewable energy projects that can help meet the energy needs of the world's poor by 20% a year and ensure that a set of adequate governance conditions is in place before a project can go ahead.
EIR Chairman Emil Salim, a former Indonesian Environment Minister, claims World Bank loans to energy projects are worth $600 million a year (2% of all loans), of which only a minute fraction goes to green energy.