JNCC

AcronymDefinition
JNCCJoint Nature Conservation Committee (UK)
JNCCJoint Negotiating and Consultative Committee
JNCCJoint Nuclear Control Commission
JNCCJoint NETOPS (Network Operations) Control Center (US DoD)
JNCCJesus Name Community Church (Walnut, MS)
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It is the successor to the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC) Species Status Assessment project which ended in 2008.
In March 1992, the JNCC was established in accordance with the Joint Declaration, but subsequent meetings failed to reach agreement on the main issue of establishing a bilateral inspection regime.
Unite/CPHVA Community Nursery Nurse (CNN) Forum chair and LAR Barbara Evans states: 'I am able to advocate for the services I represent within JNCC meetings--a voice that would not otherwise have been heard.
We discussed the efforts of our network operators and defenders assigned to the Joint NetOps Control Center (JNCC) run by Capt.
El Departamento de Comercio Norteamericano registra la denuncia por parte de los agricultores de Florida de que los productores brasilenos estan vendiendo jugo de naranja concentrado congelado (JNCC) en el mercado estadounidense a precios por debajo del costo de produccion.
After eight meetings of the North-South Joint Nuclear Control Commission (JNCC), there had been no real progress.
A national survey to assess the status of all breeding seabirds in Britain and Ireland will be carried out by the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC) in conjunction with the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
The proposals have been under review by an independent scientific panel and government agencies Natural England and the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC) since they were announced in September, to examine the scientific evidence behind the plans.
(13) Joint Nature Conservation Committee, 'Wildlife Law Enforcment Working Group,' jncc. defra.gov.uk/page 4098.
The study, by the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO), the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC) and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), also highlighted regional declines in other popular countryside birds including curlew (50 per cent), starling (48 per cent), linnet (37 per cent) and yellowhammer (35 per cent).