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UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Chemicals

Asian-Pacific Chemical Education Network
Chemical Legislation European Enforcement Network / Est. 2000
Additional Protocol to the European Agreement on the Exchanges of Blood-grouping Reagents / Est. 1983
Pacific Rim Consortium in Energy, Combustion, and the Environment
European Chemicals Agency / Est. 2007
International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies
Inter-American Confederation of Chemical Engineering / Est. 1961
Combustion Institute / Est. 1954
Worldwide Coal Combustion Products Network / Est. 1998
European Agreement on the Exchanges of Blood-grouping Reagents / Est. 1962
Global Information Network on Chemicals / Est. 1994
Latin American Network for Research on Bioactive Natural Compounds / Est. 1993
Arab Federation of Chemical and Petrochemical Industries / Est. 1998
Italian-Yugoslav-Austrian Chemical Engineering Conference / Est. 1978
African Organization of Mines, Metal, Energie, Chemical and Allied Trade Unions / Est. 1979
Latin American Association of Chemical Engineering Students / Est. 1998
European Institute for Chemical Senses and Ingestive Behaviour / Est. 1997
Committee on Chemical and Biological Warfare, London
International Federation of Chemical, Energy and General Workers' Unions / Est. 1907
OPCW Equipment Store and Laboratory / Est. 1996
Japan Association for International Chemical Information / Est. 1971
European Solvents Industry Group / Est. 1996
International Commission of Chemoresistance
Mercosur Chemical Industry Council / Est. 1994
Scientific Committee on Phosphates in Europe / Est. 1990

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World Problems relating to Chemicals

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Multiple-chemical sensitivity
Spontaneous human combustion
Health risks to workers in agricultural and livestock production
Sulphur compounds as pollutants
Acidic soils
Irresponsible chemists
Unethical practice of chemistry
Hormone pollution
Simple goitre
Misuse of agricultural chemicals
Alkaline soil
Drug dependence
Criminal offences against the environment
Soil salinization
Scurvy
LSD abuse
Chemical burns
Dangerous substances
Congenital disorders of amino-acid metabolism
Environmental hazards of pesticides
Intensive farming
Photochemical oxidant formation
Inhaling of solvents and anaesthetic drugs
Solvent and methylated spirits drinking
Pompe's disease

Action Strategies relating to Chemicals

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting against environmental hazards from chemicals and petrochemicals industries
Establishing a globally harmonized hazardous chemical classification system
Protecting against human health hazards in chemical-intensive agriculture
Controlling chemicals
Improving information systems on toxic chemicals
Improving national chemicals management capabilities
Strengthening network of national information exchange centres on chemicals
Monitoring toxic chemicals during their entire life cycle
Translating international chemical safety reports into local languages
Eliminating chemical weapons
Increasing energy intensity
Protecting against environmental hazards from chemicals
Reducing nitrogen compounds as water pollutants
Reducing water pollution by organotin compounds used in anti-fouling paints
Improving wood preservatives to protect the environment
Assessing chemical risks
Establishing chemical risk reduction programmes
Developing emergency response procedures for chemical accidents
Monitoring chemical industry
Informing public about adverse impacts of chemicals
Reducing acid rain
Producing chemical weapons
Maximizing use of information on chemicals management
Controlling agricultural chemicals
Using synthetic pesticides with care

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