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Gaseous State

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Gaseous State

European Association for the Streamlining of Energy Exchange-gas / Est. 2002
European Committee of Burner Manufacturers / Est. 1964
Agreement on the Implementation of a European Concerted Action Project in the Field of Metallurgy on the Topic - Materials for Gas Turbines / Est. 1971
International Oil and Gas Educational Center, Richardson TX / Est. 1959
Prototype Carbon Fund / Est. 1999
Jet-Club International / Est. 1973
International Confederation of Trade Unions of Workers in the Oil and Gas Industries, and Construction Workers in the Oil and Gas Complex / Est. 1992
Global Commons Institute, London / Est. 1991
Association of European Manufacturers of Industrial Gas Turbines / Est. 1997
Protocol for the Prohibition of the Use in War of Asphyxiating, Poisonous or other Gases, and of Bacteriological Methods of Warfare / Est. 1925
European Committee of Manufacturers of Compressors, Vacuum Pumps and Pneumatic Tools / Est. 1958
Publish What You Pay Coalition
Iberoamerican LP Gas Association / Est. 1986
Intergas Marketing / Est. 1951
International Society for Inhaled Medical Gases and Therapies
International Gas Research Conference / Est. 1980
International Conference on Vacuum Metallurgy
International Conference on Vapour Growth and Epitaxy
International Conference on Metal Organic Vapor Phase Epitaxy
European Industrial Gases Association / Est. 1923
International Association for the Properties of Water and Steam / Est. 1929
International Symposium on the Aerodynamics, Ventilation and Fire in Tunnels
CMEA Coordinating Centre for Highly Effective Uses of Gas and Equipment
International Information Centre for Natural Gas and Gaseous Hydrocarbons / Est. 1961
European Biomass Gasification Network / Est. 2001

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World Problems relating to Gaseous State

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Volcanic gases
Soil compaction
Pollution by aircraft
Policy vacuum
Fuel-air explosive
Ethical vacuum
Chlorofluorocarbons as an environmental hazard
Increasing concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere
Overproduction of atmosphere-destabilizing gases
Underprovision of basic urban services
Hazards of gas-fired hot water heaters
Gaseous air pollutants
Poisonous gases and vapours
Industrial air emissions
Methane gas emissions from landfill sites
Environmental hazards from coal conversion plants
Methane gas emissions from animal husbandry
High cost of natural gas trade infrastructure
Petroleum and natural gas production instability
Industrial gas monopolies
Increase in concentration of atmospheric water vapour
Instability of trade in mineral tar and crude chemicals derived from coal, petroleum and natural gas

Action Strategies relating to Gaseous State

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Using fossil fuel more efficiently
Establishing global greenhouse trading system
Improving public utilities in urban areas
Identifying petroleum resources
Developing policy on climate change
Using natural gas
Researching gas industry
Harnessing gaseous fuels
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions
Increasing concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere
Using methane emissions from landfill sites for energy
Reducing emissions of halogenated gases
Setting targets for reduction of emissions of greenhouse gases
Identifying sources and sinks for greenhouse gases
Detecting trace gases in the atmosphere
Transferring petroleum technology
Providing protection from irritant gases and vapours
Distributing gases
Exhausting irritant gases and vapours
Reducing production of atmosphere-destabilizing gases
Halting production of atmosphere-destabilizing gases
Reducing methane emissions from petroleum production
Providing effective bio-gas source
Producing atmosphere-destabilizing gases
Developing electricity, gas, water and sanitary services

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