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Textiles, Cordage

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Textiles, Cordage

World Shibori Network / Est. 1992
European Silk Weavers
Arrangement Regarding International Trade in Textiles / Est. 1973
Société internationale des expositions textiles
Association for Environmentally Friendly Carpets / Est. 1990
Arab Federation for Textile Industries / Est. 1975
European String Teachers Association / Est. 1972
International Technical Committee for Textile Care / Est. 1999
European Coordinating Group for the Textile Industry / Est. 1976
European Textile Rental Association / Est. 1990
European Association Against Fibre Pollution / Est. 1988
Association internationale des utilisateurs de fils de filaments artificiels et synthétiques et de soie naturelle / Est. 1954
European Association of Fibre Drum Manufacturers / Est. 1991
Global Flooring Alliance / Est. 1989
United Hatters, Cap and Millinery Workers International Union / Est. 1934
World Textile Rental Congress / Est. 1950
International Federation of Merchant-Tailors / Est. 1910
International Organization for Transportation by Rope / Est. 1959
Confédération internationale du lin et du chanvre / Est. 1995
Committee of the Wool Textile Industries in the EEC / Est. 1961
Home Furnishings International Association / Est. 1923
Islamic Chamber Council for Textile / Est. 1992
Association of European Producers of Laminate Flooring / Est. 1994
International Production Amalgamation for Manufacturing Textile Technological Equipment / Est. 1973
Shetland Knitwear Trades Association / Est. 1982

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World Problems relating to Textiles, Cordage

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Threatened species of Histriophoca
Threatened species of Mirapinnidae
Threatened species of Orectolobidae
Threatened species of Castor fiber birulai
Threatened species of Astrapia mayeri
Threatened species of Geometridae
Threatened species of Ploceidae
Inadequate dietary fibre
Environmental hazards from textile and clothing industries
Threatened species of Trachipteridae
Threatened species of Dermestidae
Threatened species of Leptotyphlopidae
Threatened species of Castor fiber
Health hazards of aniline dyes
Threatened species of Morelia spilota imbricata
Threatened species of Nyctimystes dayi
Threatened species of Nemertinea
Threatened species of Tingidae
Inadequate international marketing of jute products
Destruction of economic and social institutions
Textile fibres and waste shortage
Instability in tanning and dyeing trade
Environmental hazards of textile fibres and waste
Threatened species of Nesidiolestes
Threatened species of Empicoris pulchrus

Action Strategies relating to Textiles, Cordage

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting against environmental hazards from textile and clothing industries
Cultivating hemp fibre
Caring for textiles
Developing textile industry
Promoting environmentally friendly paper products
Tapping cables
Standardizing man made fibres
Tailoring training and re-training programmes in response to structural adjustment impacts
Choosing natural fibres
Tailoring training programmes in response to structural adjustment impacts
Growing fibre crops
Ensuring competent tailoring
Developing dyes

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