← Zoology

Animals

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 15: Life on Land

Organizations relating to Animals

World Organization for the Rights of Animals
World Association of Veterinary Pathologists / Est. 1952
International Coalition Against Animal Abuse
ESF Network on Quaternary Mammalian Faunas / Est. 1991
Australasian Group of Records Officers / Est. 1990
International Doctors - ILDAV / Est. 1987
International Ecology Society / Est. 1976
International Society of Animal License Collectors / Est. 1976
Swedish Society Against Painful Experiments on Animals / Est. 1882
Regional Programme for the Promotion of Animal Traction / Est. 1997
Latin American Network for the Conservation and Management of Animal Genetic Resources / Est. 1992
Ibero-American Animal Reproduction Association / Est. 1992
Conseil mondial d'éthique des droits de l'animal
European Developmental Biology Programme / Est. 1992
Species 2000 / Est. 1996
International Society of Livestock Husbandry / Est. 1978
International Meeting of Animal Nutrition Experts / Est. 1957
World Association for Voice of Animals
International Convention for the Campaign Against Contagious Diseases of Animals / Est. 1935
Common Market Section of the World Federation for the Protection of Animals / Est. 1971
Union of the Fertilizer and Pesticide Trade of Countries of the EEC / Est. 1960
Association for the Oilseeds, Animal and Vegetable Oils and Fats and Derivates Trade in the EEC / Est. 1958
Agreement on Cooperative Enforcement Operations Directed at Illegal Trade in Wild Fauna and Flora / Est. 1994
European Convention for the Protection of Pet Animals / Est. 1987
Institute of Tropics and Subtropics, Prague / Est. 1961

View all profiles (267 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Animals

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Deficient business leadership
Animal extinction
Disturbance to wildlife patterns of movement
Osteoarthritis
Diseases of companion animals
Infected animals
Domestic animals as carriers of animal diseases
Over-population of wild animals
Zoonoses
Labour shortage
Algal poisoning in animals
Hormone pollution
Animal cannibalism
Eyeworms in animals
Gastric dilatation-volvulus in animals
Venomous animals
Malabsorption syndromes
Hirsutism in animals
Polyarteritis nodosa
Polyarteritis
Erysipelas in animals
Ulcerative posthitis in animals
Threatened marine animals
Military use of animals
Disruptive migration of trained personnel

Action Strategies relating to Animals

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting against environmental hazards from animals
Protecting against environmental hazards of new species introduction
Developing human resources to improve drinking water supply and sanitation
Promoting digital literacy
Managing data base on biodiversity
Recruiting ethnic minorities into police and prison services
Studying infectious diseases in animals
Protecting plants and animals
Monitoring livestock productivity
Conserving populations of animals and plants
Developing practical procedures for dispute management
Ending cruelty to animals
Protecting against vulnerability of marine animal communication
Providing know-how for international business
Humanizing human-animal relationships
Conserving endangered species of plants and animals
Conserving endangered species of farm animals
Causing extinction of species
Restoring wildlife habitats
Establishing accountability within the workforce
Protecting animals
Increasing business management expertise
Enabling competent business management
Including sustainable development information in professional training programmes
Broadening understanding of human development

You are viewing a subject profile from the Yearbook of International Organizations Online.
← return to your search page to find additional profiles.
Terms of Use

UIA allows users to access and make use of the information contained in its Databases for the user’s internal use and evaluation purposes only. A user may not re-package, compile, re-distribute or re-use any or all of the UIA Databases or the data* contained therein without prior permission from the UIA.

Data from database resources may not be extracted or downloaded in bulk using automated scripts or other external software tools not provided within the database resources themselves. If your research project or use of a database resource will involve the extraction of large amounts of text or data from a database resource, please contact us for a customized solution.

UIA reserves the right to block access for abusive use of the Database.

* Data shall mean any data and information available in the Database including but not limited to: raw data, numbers, images, names and contact information, logos, text, keywords, and links.