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Organizations relating to Non-Metallic Chemical Elements

Association of European Manufacturers of Carbonless Paper / Est. 1993
International Oxygen Manufacturers Association / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1943
Forest Carbon Partnership Facility / Washington DC, USA
International Partnership for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the Economy / Berlin, Germany / Est. 2003
International Association for Hydrogen Safety / Eggenstein Leopoldshafen, Germany / Est. 2009
Prototype Carbon Fund / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1999
International Nitrogen Initiative / Palisades NY, USA / Est. 2003
International Convention Respecting the Prohibition of the Use of White, Yellow, Phosphorus in the Manufacture of Matches / Est. 1906
International Agency for 14C Determination / Est. 1958
Permanent International Committee of Carbon as a Motor Fuel / Est. 1931
Asia Arsenic Network / Dhaka, Bangladesh / Est. 1994
Activated Carbons Producers Association / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1979
European Rare-Earth and Actinide Society / Lausanne, Switzerland / Est. 1989
International Congress on Hydrogen and Materials / Saint-Ouen, France
International Carbon Black Association / Boston MA, USA / Est. 1977
International Institute of Advanced Therapy for AIDS and Cancer
Joint European Submicron Silicon Program / Est. 1989
International Council on Cooperation and Development of Hydrogen
Impact Carbon / San Francisco CA, USA / Est. 2000
Centre régional de recherches en alimentation et nutrition / Est. 1980
European Selenium and Tellurium Committee
International Antimony Association / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2000
Euroalliages / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1993
International Association for Oxygen Therapy / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1898
Peroxygen Sector Group / Est. 1986

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World Problems relating to Non-Metallic Chemical Elements

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Sulphur compounds as pollutants
Cretinism
Arsenic poisoning
Anoxemia
Nitrogen overdosage of plants
Organic wastes
Exploitation of fossil fuels
Nitrogen compounds as water pollutants
Falling rate of carbon sequestration
Nitrogen as a pollutant
Lung-damaging agents
Threatened species of Pieridae
Carbon black
Selenium poisoning
Radon contamination
Increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide
Iodine deficiency disorders
Defective oxygen supply to the foetus
Chlorine as a pollutant
Marine oxygen deficiency
Beryllium as a health hazard
Arsenic as a pollutant
Antimony as a health hazard
Cyanide as a pollutant
Hazardous medical use of silicon gel

Action Strategies relating to Non-Metallic Chemical Elements

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Coordinating research on carbon sequestration
Using hydrogen fuel
Planting forests for carbon sequestration
Using carbon intensive energy sources
Studying role of oceans as a carbon sink
Introducing carbon taxes
Licensing carbon dioxide emissions
Reducing nitrogen compounds as water pollutants
Campaigning against chlorine and its products
Informing about ill effects of radon on health
Monitoring emissions of carbon to the atmosphere
Identifying effects of nitrogen oxide emissions on the environment
Enhancing carbon sinks
Applying nitrogen to soil
Monitoring nitrogen compounds as water pollutants
Using chlorine-free paper
Taxing chlorine-bleached paper
Evaluating radioactive iodine therapy
Growing nitrogen-fixing plants
Correcting iodine deficiency disorders
Applying pollution control measures to nitrogen oxide emissions
Identifying effects of nitrogen oxide emissions on human health
Removing sulphur oxides from industrial emissions
Reducing nitrogen and phosphoric pollution from animal production

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