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Inorganic Chemical Compounds

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Inorganic Chemical Compounds

Association for Emissions Control by Catalyst / Est. 1985
European Association of Silica Producers / Est. 1991
European Calcium Silicate Producers Association / Est. 1989
Scientific Committee on Phosphates in Europe / Est. 1990
Common Market Committee of the Nitrogenous and Phosphatic Fertilizers Industry / Est. 1959
30 Per Cent Club
International Institute of Advanced Therapy for AIDS and Cancer
International Potash Institute / Est. 1952
Aluminium Sulphate Producers Association / Est. 1981
European Pure Phosphoric Acid Producers Association / Est. 1988
350.org
WMO World Ozone and Ultra-Violet Data Centre / Est. 1961
Latin American Phosphorous Rock Network
FACE Foundation / Est. 1990
United Nations Conference on Environment and Development
World Phosphate Institute / Est. 1973
European Catalyst Manufacturers Association / Est. 1983
Sodium Sulphate Producers Association
International Fluoridation Society
European Copper Sulphate Manufacturers Association
Association for the Promotion of West African Phosphate Products / Est. 1987
Salt Institute / Est. 1914
Zinc Oxide Producers Association / Est. 1982
Convention Concerning the Use of White Lead in Painting / Est. 1921
Centre européen d'études des polyphosphates / Est. 1971

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World Problems relating to Inorganic Chemical Compounds

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Nitrates as pollutants
Nitrate contamination of water
Excessive consumption of salt
Ammonia burn of poultry
Threatened species of Panoquina panoquinoides errans
Threatened species of Reithrodontomys raviventris
Threatened species of Cyprinodon salinus salinus
Ozone as a pollutant
Soil salinization
Threatened species of Calcarea
Excessive reliance on mineral fertilizers
Stratospheric ozone depletion
Health risks of atmospheric destruction
Polychlorinated biphenyls as a health hazard
Fluoridation of drinking water
Favism
Falling rate of carbon sequestration
Health hazards of carbon disulphide
Threatened species of Prymnesiida
Sulphur dioxide as a pollutant
Carbon monoxide poisoning in the home
Increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide
Increase in nitrous oxides in the atmosphere
Nitrogen oxides as air pollutants
Carbon monoxide as a health hazard

Action Strategies relating to Inorganic Chemical Compounds

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Restoring saline affected farm land
Decreasing atmospheric nitrous oxide concentrations
Planting forests for carbon sequestration
Informing about ozone depletion
Combatting ozone depletion
Researching ozone depletion
Monitoring ozone depletion
Developing information exchange on carbon dioxide emissions
Introducing carbon taxes
Licensing carbon dioxide emissions
Assessing effects of ozone layer depletion on plants
Reducing nitrogen oxides emissions
Reducing sulphur dioxide emissions
Controlling transboundary emissions of nitrogen oxides
Reducing atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations
Reducing emissions of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere
Freezing production of ozone-depleting substances
Phasing-out ozone depleting substances
Restricting exports of ozone-depleting substances
Reducing carbon monoxide emissions
Reducing carbon dioxide emissions from motor vehicles
Preventing water pollution from agricultural nitrates
Assessing effects of ozone layer depletion on living organisms
Addressing ground level ozone pollution
Identifying effects of nitrogen oxide emissions on the environment

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