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Paper

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Description

Paper is a thin material produced by pressing together moist fibres of cellulose pulp derived from wood, rags or grasses, and drying them into flexible sheets. It is a versatile material with many uses, including writing, printing, packaging, cleaning, decorating, and a number of industrial and construction processes. Papers are essential in legal or non-legal documentation.

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Organizations relating to Paper

International Bureau of the Societies Administering the Rights of Mechanical Recording and Reproduction / Est. 1929
Association of European Manufacturers of Carbonless Paper / Est. 1993
International Union of Esperanto Stamp Collectors
Centre de rencontres et d'études des dirigeants des administrations fiscales / Est. 1982
Institute of Transport Administration / Est. 1944
Berkeley Enthusiasts Club / Est. 1963
Union of Paper and Carton Distributors in the European Economic Community / Est. 1957
Inter-American Commission for Territorial Administration
European Medical Association on Smoking and Health / Est. 1986
Organisation of Commonwealth Caribbean Sports and Physical Education Administration
International Association of Supreme Administrative Jurisdictions / Est. 1983
Clay Pipe Collectors Circle International
Asian and Pacific Regional Project for Strengthening Labour Administration
Latin American School for Political Science and Public Administration / Est. 1966
European Antiquarians Foundation
Association of Baltic Numismatists / Est. 2005
Pan-African Association of Zoos and Aquaria / Est. 1989
Fédération internationale des associations des papetiers / Est. 1955
International Association of Professional Numismatists / Est. 1951
Central American Institute of Education Administration and Supervision / Est. 1935
Cercle philatélique des Communautés européennes
International Garden Centre Association / Est. 1960
Standing Committee of Nordic Paper Engineers
International Sinatra Society / Est. 1974
Aquatic Gardeners Association

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World Problems relating to Paper

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Credit card fraud
Waste paper
Paper shortage
Deterioration of stored documents and archives
Underdevelopment of paper and printing industries
Environmental hazards of chlorine-bleached paper products
Proliferation of printed matter
Paper qualification syndrome
Instability of trade in pulp and waste paper
Environmental hazards from paper and printing industries
Instability of paper and printing industries

Action Strategies relating to Paper

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Recycling paper
Promoting environmentally friendly paper products
Securing requisite civic papers
Presenting proposal for collective examination
Saving paper
Manufacturing printing and paper converting machinery
Relying on paper qualifications
Reducing incidence of paper qualification syndrome
Developing national environmental policy studies

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