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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From the left are FCCC CEO Chris Hart IV; Ken Burke, Pinellas County Clerk and Comptroller; Rep.
A retrospective chart review was completed on all patients diagnosed with new-onset UVFI at FCCC between January 2014 and January 2016.
When the user wants to switch the channel to a new one, the STB1 sends one FCC request to the FCCC server; the FCCC server will first update the information related to STB1 in the FCC database including the time of the channel change, the STB IP address, and the ID of the new channel.
FCCC is currently under Food and Drug Administration review for potential marketing approval as a treatment in patients with end-stage renal disease complicated by iron-deficiency anemia and elevated serum phosphate.
(1) Emisiones Netas Evitadas: Mecanismo de compensacion a los paises en desarrollo por no llevar a cabo actividades que incrementen las emisiones de C[O.sub.2], el concepto fue presentado por el presidente de Ecuador, Rafael Correa, en el marco de la Conferencia de las Partes (COP16) en el ano 2010 en Cancun (FCCC, 2011).
Since Rio, several other pieces of legislation have been set in place that give effect to many of the Rio Principles and many aspects of Agenda 21 (as well as to the other Rio agreements viz: the Framework Convention on Climate Change (FCCC), the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), and the Forests Principles).
By generating power at three stages - the fuel cell, gas turbine, and steam turbine - the resulting fuel cell combined cycle (FCCC) system achieves outstanding efficiency in generating power from natural gas.
''The FCCC views this matter as a grave threat to foreign reporters' ability to work in China,'' it said.
Climate treaties In 1997 a number of countries signed the Kyoto Protocol as an executive procedure to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UYNCCFC) or FCCC. The latter is an international environmental convention that was first introduced during the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), also known as the Earth Summit, held in Rio de Janeiro from June 3-14, 1992.
The UN Climate Change Conference (Durban 2011), Reports November--December 2011 (COP 17, Bali Action Plan and Cancun Agreements), Secretariat of the UN FCCC, Bonn.