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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

Organizations relating to Consumption

European Association for the Consumption-based Billing of Energy Costs / Est. 1993
Intergovernmental Group on Wine and Vine Products / Est. 1968
Intergovernmental Group on Oilseeds, Oils and Fats / Est. 1965
European Roundtable on Sustainable Consumption and Production
European Federation of Industrial Producers of Energy for Own Consumption / Est. 1954
Intergovernmental Group on Hard Fibres / Est. 1966
International Olive Council / Est. 1959
Intergovernmental Group on Meat and Dairy Products / Est. 1970
International Tin Council / Est. 1956
Institut européen de recherche et de communication sur le vin, la société et la santé / Est. 1993
Intergovernmental Group on Citrus Fruit / Est. 1959
International Olive Oil Federation / Est. 1934
Tilapia Food Aid Organization / Est. 1982
Intergovernmental Group on Jute, Kenaf and Allied Fibres / Est. 1963
Energy Technology for Our Environment / Est. 1990
Intergovernmental Group on Grains / Est. 1957
International Coffee Organization / Est. 1963
Permanent Central American Commission on the Eradication of the Illicit Production, Trafficking, Consumption and Use of Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances / Est. 1993
International Convention Regarding the Standardisation of the Methods of Presenting the Results of the Analysis of Foodstuffs for Human Consumption and for Animals / Est. 1931
FAO Commission on Fertilizers / Est. 1973
International Institute for Cotton / Est. 1966
Intergovernmental Group on Bananas / Est. 1965
European Network for Responsible Consumption / Est. 2001
Institut de liaisons et d'études des industries de consommation
Intergovernmental Group on Tea / Est. 1969

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World Problems relating to Consumption

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Nutritional deficiencies
Health risks of alcohol consumption
Social costs of substance abuse
Excessive consumption of sugar
Animal cannibalism
Excessive consumption of salt
Extravagant life style
Protein-energy malnutrition
Consumption of alcohol
Predominance of fast food
Excessive consumption of vitamins
Consumption of unclean animal products
Unethical consumption practices
Excessive consumption of protein
Excessive consumption of goods and services
Alcohol abuse
Excessive consumption of fats
Inadequate dietary fibre
Human consumption of animals
Excessive consumption of spices
Natural resource depletion due to high-level consumption
Limited purchasing power
Unsustainable energy consumption
Tourist consumption of endangered plants and animals
Consumption of bad dietary fats

Action Strategies relating to Consumption

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Promoting sustainable energy consumption
Reducing youth smoking
Indicating need for resource planning
Introducing carbon taxes
Studying patterns of local energy consumption
Improving consumption practices
Achieving sustainable production and consumption
Reducing international disparity in the consumption of resources
Shifting from energy-intensive consumption
Reducing energy consumption
Changing food consumption patterns
Changing consumption patterns
Recovering product for local consumption
Uncoupling economic growth from growth in resource use
Balancing depletion and replacement rates of natural resources
Ensuring sustainable personal consumption
Requiring resource planning priorities
Defining expendability of common resources
Setting appropriate fashion for consumption of goods and services
Reducing demand for tobacco consumption
Rearing rabbits for consumption
Enabling planning of future consumption
Improving participation of women on sustainable consumption and production
Defining minimum consumption requirements

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