Customs Cooperation Council Nomenclature

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Customs Cooperation Council Nomenclature

A system for categorizing imports to determine the appropriate tariff or regulation to apply. It was established as the Brussels Tariff Nomenclature and changed to its later name in 1976. In 1989, it was replaced by the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System.
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* Communicating a shared message: CCCN is working to develop a common message on the importance of community corrections to federal, state and local policymakers and to the public;
* Representing the field: CCCN is working to inform the development of community corrections proposals and policies at the federal, state and local levels;
* Prioritizing research and evaluation: CCCN is working to prioritize research areas emerging from international and national operational experience that promote evidence-based practices and enhance the effectiveness of community corrections; and
* Enhancing professionalism and sustainability in the field: CCCN is working to develop the efficiency and sustainability of community corrections-related professional associations.
CCCN believed that for community corrections to succeed in the future, a document would be needed to serve as a platform for communicating its message to the field, potential partners, and potential funders and policymakers about what it takes to sustain community corrections effectively.
Traditional lectures allowed us to focus on global issues {A}; a Calvin College Carbon Neutrality (CCCN) project allowed us to address institutional issues primarily {C} and global issues secondarily {B}; a Carbon Emissions Trading Simulation (CETS) allowed us to address the personal level of inquiry primarily {E} and the global level secondarily {D}.
There were two significant results from the CCCN project, the first-ever assessment of our campus carbon footprint and a carbon neutrality action plan.
In terms of sequestration, the CCCN project students were assisted greatly by a previous study (9) of the carbon sequestration potential of land owned by the institution.
Information gathered for CCCN about C[O.sub.2] emission and sequestration rates was essential for determining the campus carbon footprint.
In CCCN the Learning Cycle (Kolb, 1984) begins with the abstract conceptualisation phase.