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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

Organizations relating to Products

Asian Recycling Association / Est. 1978
Association européenne des fabricants de produits à marque
Réseau des technologies de transformation des produits de base en Afrique / Est. 1991
Worldwide Coal Combustion Products Network / Est. 1998
Consumer Specialty Products Association / Est. 1914
Western African Network of Natural Products Research Scientists / Est. 2002
Intergovernmental Group to Monitor the Supply and Shipping of Oil and Petroleum Products to South Africa / Est. 1986
Pacific Islands Business Network
Société communautaire des produits pharmaceutiques en Centrafrique
European Quality Assurance Association of Expanded Polystyrene Foam Manufacturers for Food Packaging
Contribution des biotechnologies à l'amélioration des cultures et des produits du manioc pour l'Afrique
Intergovernmental Group on Wine and Vine Products / Est. 1968
European Biocidal Product Forum
European Fresh Produce Association / Est. 2002
European Malt Product Manufacturers Association / Est. 1975
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 Products within the Province of the European Coal and Steel Community
Ibero-American Network on Phytopharmaceutical Products
Consumer Interpol / Est. 1981
European Certification Board for Mineral Wool Products / Est. 2000
European Polyethylene Foam Association
Global Type III Environmental Product Declarations Network / Est. 1999
European Association of Importers of Finished Products / Est. 1978
European Office of Processors and Distributors of Organic Products / Est. 1998

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World Problems relating to Products

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Manufacture of substandard products
Environmental hazards of pharmaceutical products
Medication side effects
Abuse of prison labour
Insufficient medical supplies
Misuse of agricultural chemicals
Misleading advertising
Greenwashing
Generic drugs
Counterfeiting
Non-responsiveness of transnational corporations to pharmaceutical needs
Unethical consumption practices
Inadequate dietary fibre
Abnormal blood fats
Misleading incorporation of advertising into entertainment
Trade barriers against developing countries
Hedging in the financial futures market
Illicit production of alcoholic beverages
Incorrect labelling
Planned obsolescence
Trade in products for chemical warfare
Instability of trade in crude synthetic and reclaimed rubber
Unsustainable energy consumption
Ineffective means for goods supply and distribution
Inadequate export marketing of products

Action Strategies relating to Products

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting against environmental hazards of pharmaceutical products
Introducing environmentally sound products
Reporting the environmental impact of products and services
Making environmental products
Choosing environmentally friendly products
Promoting open trade for sustainable development
Decreasing atmospheric nitrous oxide concentrations
Restoring consumer confidence
Designing ecologically
Reducing amount of electronic scrap
Using environmental labelling
Using life-cycle analysis
Undertaking pre-disaster planning
Recycling plastics
Managing non-timber forest resources
Marketing local agriculture produce
Marketing locally produced goods
Encouraging green consumer movements
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions
Using recycled materials
Conducting agricultural research
Distributing agricultural products
Improving allocation of resources
Forging brand-name merchandise
Producing non-food crops

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