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What does CACP stand for?
CACP stands for Clean Air-Cool Planet (global warming)
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We have 56 other meanings of CACP in our Acronym Attic
- Civil Affairs Command (US DoD)
- Cargo Container (NASA)
- Canadian Association for the Club of Rome
- Chicago Area Committee on Occupational Safety and Health (Chicago, IL)
- Camptodactyly-Arthropathy-Coxa vara-Pericarditis syndrome
- Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police
- Catholics Against Capital Punishment
- Central Arbitration Control Point
- Certified Anticoagulation Care Provider
- Certified Anticoagulation Provider
- Coalition Against Counterfeiting and Piracy
- Commission for Agricultural Cost and Price (India)
- Communauté d'Agglomération de Cergy-Pontoise (French: Agglomeration Community of Cergy-Pontoise; Cergy-Pontoise, France)
- Community Aged Care Package (Australia)
- Companion Animal Parasite Council (veterinarians)
- Consent Assessment of Civil Penalty (legal agreement)
- Crédit Agricole Charente-Périgord (French bank)
- Chandrashekhar Agashe College of Physical Education (Pune, India; est. 1977)
- Citizens Action Committee Pakistan (Lahore, Pakistan)
- Citizens' Alliance for Consumer Protection of Korea
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All the offsets in the world won't help us," warns Clean Air-Cool Planet, "if we in the U.
It received the highest ranking in an independent study of carbon offsetting programs commissioned by the environmental group Clean Air-Cool Planet.
Points can also be used to support environmental groups such as American Forests, Clean Air-Cool Planet and NativeEnergy.
The report's author, Adam Markham of the Clean Air-Cool Planet group, said: "In some places, plants would need to move 10 times faster than they did during the last Ice Age merely to survive.