In a written ministerial statement, Mr Benyon said that government bodies Natural England and the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC) would be providing their advice to Government on the proposed zones six months later than planned.
What does JNCC stand for?
JNCC stands for Joint Nature Conservation Committee (UK)
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We have 4 other meanings of JNCC in our Acronym Attic
- Journal of Nuclear Cardiology
- Joventut Nacionalista de Catalunya (Catalan: Nationalist Youth of Catalonia)
- Judicial Nominating Commission
- Junior National Championship
- Junior Non-Commissioned Officers Course
- Sixth Report of the Joint National Committee of High Blood Pressure
- Journal of Network and Computer Applications
- Japan New Car Assessment Program
- Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research
- Jesus Name Community Church (Walnut, MS)
- Joint Negotiating and Consultative Committee
- Joint NETOPS (Network Operations) Control Center (US DoD)
- Joint Nuclear Control Commission
- Joint NETOPS (Network Operations) Control Center Afghanistan (US Army)
- Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network
- Jackson National Community Fund (Lansing, Michigan)
- Jawaharlal Nehru Cancer Hospital (India)
- Joint Negotiating Committee for Higher Education Staff
- Joint Negotiating Committee for Higher Education Staff (UK)
- Jordan National Centre for Human Rights
Samples in periodicals archive:
Those under review include the Environment Agency, the Forestry Commission, the Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Natural England and Kew Gardens.
In fact, the Joint Nature Conservation Committee, adviser to the government on nature conservation issues, is proposing the Dogger Bank be designated as a SAC-a European Special Area for Conservation, because of its shallow sandbank habitat and also because of the large numbers of harbour porpoise that occur.
Tom Blasdale from the Joint Nature Conservation Committee, a co-author on the report, said there are serious concerns about the survival of the sharks which swim in Irish waters.
Over the last five years, the Joint Nature Conservation Committee and the country conservation agencies have helped bring about significant progress, but the single exception has been that illegal persecution of birds of prey continues in many areas.
The 600 page volume on Earth heritage conservation entitled 'British Lower Carboniferous Stratigraphy' is the 29th volume of the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC's) Geological Conservation Review Series Its publication brings to an end an exhaustive period of activity for the senior author, geologist Dr Patrick Cossey.
Famous for its magnificent gardens which have been designated a Special Area of Conservation by the Joint Nature Conservation committee, the old estate was once owned by Lord Newborough.
The UK's Joint Nature Conservation Committee was behind the project.