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Organizations relating to Minerals

United Cement, Lime and Gypsum Workers International Union / Est. 1939
World Mining Congress / Est. 1958
European Petrochemical Luncheon International Association / Est. 1981
Federation of European Zeolite Associations / Est. 1995
European Association of Mining Industries, Metal Ores and Industrial Minerals / Est. 1996
IAGOD Commission on Tectonics of Ore Deposits / Est. 1970
Central African Mineral Resources Development Centre / Est. 1981
Commonwealth Consultative Group on Mineral Resources and Geology / Est. 1948
Australasian Cave and Karst Management Association / Est. 1987
Arab Mineral Resources Exploitation Corporation
Convention Concerning Safety in the Use of Asbestos / Est. 1986
Commission internationale chargée de faire une enquête sur les gisements mondiaux de fer / Est. 1910
International Natural Zeolite Association / Est. 2005
European Lime Association / Est. 1990
ASEAN Federation of Mining Associations / Est. 1984
Scientific Association of European Talc Industry / Est. 1977
World Sand Sculpting Academy / Est. 1990
European Certification Board for Mineral Wool Products / Est. 2000
International Mine Water Association / Est. 1979
Perlite Institute / Est. 1949
European Minerals Foundation
International Association on the Genesis of Ore Deposits / Est. 1964
European Bitumen Shingle Organization / Est. 1994
International Organization for Technical Cooperation in Geology / Est. 1974
Association of Asbestos Victims of the European Communities / Est. 1994

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World Problems relating to Minerals

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Threatened species of Gazella subgutturosa marica
Deterioration in soil fertility
Threatened species of Etheostoma pellucidum
Threatened species of Macrobaenetes
Threatened species of Odontaspididae
Threatened species of Carcharias taurus
Health hazards of asbestos
Threatened species of Pteroclididae
Excessive reliance on mineral fertilizers
Threatened species of Lichnanthe
Exhaustion of mineral resources
Threatened species of Felis margarita scheffeli
Threatened species of Pinguipedidae
Threatened species of Kraemeriidae
Threatened species of Vulpes rueppelli
Threatened species of Vulpes pallida
Hazards of non-alcoholic beverages
Threatened species of Oryctolagus
Threatened species of Trichodontidae
Threatened species of Psammomys
Threatened species of Ammodytidae
Threatened species of Echinoidea
Threatened species of Neoseps reynoldsi
Threatened species of Hypoptychidae

Action Strategies relating to Minerals

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Stimulating exploitation of natural resources
Developing mineral resources
Making geological analyses of potential mineral resources
Refining mineral ores
Biodiversity prospecting
Managing caves
Restoring beaches
Developing gemology
Banning asbestos
Mining solid minerals
Mining seafloor minerals
Marketing bauxite
Regulating energy mineral leasing
Developing bauxite industry
Helping countries uncover mineral wealth
Studying mineral resources
Discovering foundational minerals
Developing biotechnologies for environmentally sustainable use of mineral resources
Developing sufficiency policies on mineral resources
Conserving mineral resources
Depleting mineral resources
Growing soil conserving plants
Monitoring steel industry
Exploring for basic minerals
Planning mining industry

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