UN Sustainable Development Goals
Organizations relating to Rubber
BIPAVER - European Retread Manufacturers Association / Est. 1954
Australasian Plastic and Rubber Institute / Est. 1992
International Tire Association / Est. 1985
International Federation of Chemical, Energy and General Workers' Unions / Est. 1907
Latin American Society for Rubber Technology / Est. 1996
European Tyre Recycling Association / Est. 1994
Scandinavian Tire and Rim Organization / Est. 1960
International Rubber Research and Development Board / Est. 1960
Tire Industry Association / Est. 2002
International Agreement on Natural Rubber, 1987 / Est. 1987
Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries / Est. 1970
International Rubber Association / Est. 1971
Rubber Industries Association of Southeast Asian Nations
International Natural Rubber Organization / Est. 1980
Professional Association of Natural Rubber in Africa / Est. 1989
Tripartite Rubber Business Alliance / Est. 2001
United Rubber Workers International
European Synthetic Rubber Association / Est. 1971
ASEAN Rubber Business Council / Est. 1992
European Tyre and Rim Technical Organisation / Est. 1964
International Rubber Conference Organisation / Est. 1971
European Rubber Chemicals Association / Est. 1999
Asociación Latinoamericana de Neumaticos y Llantas / Est. 1968
International Rubber Development Committee / Est. 1936
European Tyre and Rubber Manufacturers' Association / Est. 1959
World Problems relating to RubberFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Threatened species of Charina bottae umbratica
Instability of trade in crude synthetic and reclaimed rubber
Environmental hazards of rubber manufactures
Pests and diseases of rubber
Shortage of miscellaneous rubber manufactures
Allergy to latex
Action Strategies relating to RubberFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
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