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ACCCAssociation of Community Cancer Centers
ACCCAssociation of Canadian Community Colleges
ACCCAdaptation to Climate Change in the Caribbean
ACCCAustralian Competition & Consumer Commission
ACCCAluminum Conductor Composite Core (cables)
ACCCAtlantic City Country Club (Atlantic City, NJ)
ACCCAcademic Computing and Communications Center
ACCCAarhus Convention Compliance Committee (UN Economic Commission for Europe)
ACCCAdvanced Center for Computing and Communication (Institute of Physical and Chemical Research, Japan)
ACCCAtlantic City Convention Center (Atlantic City, NJ)
ACCCAnhui Conch Cement Company Ltd. (Hong Kong and China)
ACCCAustralian Centre for Christianity and Culture (ecumenical center)
ACCCAfrican Christian Community Church (various locations)
ACCCAir Command and Control Center (US Air Force)
ACCCAmerican College of Chiropractic Consultants
ACCCAgricultural Culture Collection of China
ACCCAustrian Czech Cultural Cooperation (Central European Cultural Cooperation)
ACCCArea Control Computer Complex
ACCCAmerican Council of Competitive Communications
ACCCAmerican Consumer Credit Counseling, Inc.
ACCCAdult Catechesis in the Christian Community
ACCCAtlantic City Community College
ACCCArenac County Circuit Court (Michigan)
ACCCArab Culture and Community Center
ACCCAfloat Contingency Command Center
ACCCAirborne Command, Control and Communications
ACCCAir Combat Communications Center
ACCCAlternate Command and Control Center
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repeatedly stated it and the Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee confirmed it.
This follows the release of a report by the Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee. The 1998 Aarhus Convention imposes on parties and public authorities obligations regarding access to information and public participation as well as access to justice in environmental matters.
The Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee upholds a complaint, filed in July 2009, by various NGOs, including Greenpeace.