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Plants Yielding Stimulants

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Plants Yielding Stimulants

Caribbean Herbal Business Association
Inter-African Coffee Organization / Est. 1960
World Alliance of Gourmet Robustas / Est. 2002
Hop Trade Group of the Common Market / Est. 1960
Regional Cooperative Program for the Technological Development and Modernization of Coffee Cultivation in Central America, Panama, Dominican Rep and Jamaica
European Herbal and Traditional Medicine Practitioners Association / Est. 1993
World Development Tea Cooperative / Est. 1979
European Union for the Hop Trade
European Herbal Infusions Association / Est. 1980
International Hop Growers' Convention / Est. 1950
Latin American Coffee Growers Solidarity Front
Caribbean Hot Pepper Association
International Ginseng Symposium
West African Cocoa Control Board / Est. 1938
Café Mundial / Est. 1973
Cocoa Association of Asia
International Aromatherapy and Herb Association
Tea Research Institute of East Africa / Est. 1951
East African Tea Trade Association / Est. 1957
Australasian Speciality Coffee Association / Est. 2001
International Coffee Agreement, 1968 / Est. 1968
Speciality Coffee Association / Est. 1998
International Tea Promotion Association / Est. 1979
Federation of Coffee Growers of Central America / Est. 1945
International Office of Cocoa and Chocolate / Est. 1930

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World Problems relating to Plants Yielding Stimulants

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Repudiation of complementary medicine
Ignorance of traditional herbal remedies
Threatened species of Vireonidae
Instability of coffee trade
Growth of coca for the drug trade
Abuse of herbal remedies
Cannabis abuse
Abuse of coca and cocaine
Instability of cocoa trade
Environmental hazards of coffee, tea, cocoa and spices production
Long-term shortage of coffee, tea, cocoa, spices and manufactures thereof
Instability of trade in coffee, tea, cocoa, spices and manufactures thereof
Tea and mate shortage
Instability of pepper trade
Pests and diseases of tea
Pests and diseases of cocoa
Pests and diseases of coffee
Sweet clover poisoning
Instability of tea trade
Domination of transnational corporations in the coffee industry
Unsustainable cocoa production
Pests and diseases of capsicum
Use of medically suspect remedies

Action Strategies relating to Plants Yielding Stimulants

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Growing medicinal herbs
Decriminalizing coca leaf production
Encouraging cocoa consumption
Marketing tea
Supplying pepper products
Researching projects related with cocoa
Growing coffee
Exchanging coffee information
Manufacturing coffee products

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