FCCC

AcronymDefinition
FCCCFramework Convention on Climate Change (UN)
FCCCFox Chase Cancer Center (Philadelphia, PA, USA)
FCCCFreightliner Custom Chassis Corp. (South Carolina)
FCCCFour County Career Center
FCCCFairfax County Chamber of Commerce (Fairfax, VA)
FCCCFranklin County Clerk of Courts (Ohio)
FCCCFootball Club de Charvieu-Chavagneux (French football club)
FCCCFort Collins City Council (Colorado)
FCCCFlorida Civil Commitment Center
FCCCFox Cities Chamber of Commerce (Appleton, WI)
FCCCFootball Club de Châtel-Censoir (French football club)
FCCCFootball Club des Communes du Créonnais (French football club)
FCCCFoundation for the California Community Colleges
FCCCFranklin County Correction Center (Columbus, OH)
FCCCFootball Club La Chapelle-Cintré (French football club)
FCCCFédération des Clubs de Close Combat (French: Federation of Close Combat Clubs)
FCCCFlorida Community Capital Corporation
FCCCFingerprint Clearance Coordination Center
FCCCFlorida Computer Crime Center
FCCCFirst Coast Car Council (Florida)
FCCCFORCEnet Consolidated Compliance Checklist (US Navy)
FCCCFlinders Christian Community College (Australia)
FCCCFederal City Communications Corporation (Washington, DC, USA)
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Aside from the FCCC contribution, the authority also receives credit card convenience and electronic check fees paid by filers.
They were randomized to FCCC titrated to achieve a serum phosphate below 3.
Even without any direct formal legal obligations under the FCCC or Kyoto, provinces appear to be influenced by the international regime in setting their policies.
MHI sees FCCC triple combined cycle power generation as a revolutionary, epochal technology that will result in 10% to 20% improvements in power generation efficiency over existing natural gas-fired power generation systems.
citizen's expulsion, the FCCC said it follows official anger over Chan's violation of unspecified rules and regulations, and an Al Jazeera documentary aired in November last year, but not made by Chan, about the country's labor camps.
The 15th Conference of Parties (popularly known as COP 15) of the FCCC attracted the attention of the whole globe.
In January 2008, FCCC generated 180,000 pounds of waste per month--all sent to the landfill.
In 2001, the FCCC parties agreed to establish three funds: the
because the FCCC uses a different and much narrower definition of
The new vans feature hybrid-engine technology developed and introduced by FCCC, Eaton, and Detroit Diesel.
1) It is possible to argue that Singapore's accession marks a step towards universal acceptance of the protocol and thus helps legitimate the UN FCCC regime as the vehicle for securing international agreement to curb GHG emissions.