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UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Wood Products

International Furniture Rental Association / Est. 1967
Association of Furniture Industries of Asia
European Association of Furniture Technology Institutes
Global Flooring Alliance / Est. 1989
Council of Asia-Pacific Furniture Associations / Est. 1980
Corporation européenne des ébénistes restaurateurs / Est. 1996
ASEAN Forest Products Industry Club / Est. 2001
ASEAN Rattan Regeneration Centre, Indonesia
Union européenne des tapissiers garnisseurs-décorateurs-selliers et maroquiniers
International Union of Electronic, Electrical, Salaried, Machine and Furniture Workers / Est. 1949
Futon Association International / Est. 1983
European Organization of Office Furniture Manufacturers / Est. 1966
ASEAN Furniture Industries Council / Est. 1978
European Forest and Forest Products Forum / Est. 1992
Lead Pencil Club / Est. 1993
International Association of Sylviculturists and Users of Forest and Wood Products / Est. 1950
Furniture Industry Research Association International / Est. 1961
International Woodworkers of America / Est. 1937
East African Wattle Manufacturers Association
Furniture History Society / Est. 1964
Woodworkers International / Est. 1904
Nordic Association of Furniture Dealers
International Forest Products Transport Association / Est. 1982
Union internationale de la presse professionnelle de l'ameublement
World Federation of Building and Woodworkers Unions / Est. 1929

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World Problems relating to Wood Products

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Threatened species of Platysteira
Threatened species of Callaeidae
Threatened species of Niviventer
Threatened species of Palea steindachneri
Threatened species of Anobiidae
Environmental hazards from timber industries
Long-term shortage of furniture
Environmental hazards of furniture and fixtures manufacture
Instability of woodworking industries
Clandestine homosexuality
Furniture and fixtures manufacture underdevelopment
Underdevelopment of woodworking industries
Furniture trade instability
Threatened species of Platysteira albifrons
Threatened species of Platysteira laticincta
Threatened species of Chiropdomys

Action Strategies relating to Wood Products

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Instituting effective demonstration farming
Teaching basic health practices
Managing non-timber forest resources
Organizing local marketing
Developing separation toilets
Working with leather
Furnishing database on energy
Installing local health services
Legislating trade in forest products
Improving trade in forest products
Providing-Conserving
Conducting research on the properties of forest products
Including full value of forests in market prices for forest products
Providing additional gathering places
Providing technological information for better use of forest products
Certifying wood
Furnishing quick public communication
Furnishing vital community equipment
Furnishing employable technical abilities
Furnishing adult learning programs
Developing woodworking industries
Mobilizing local construction talent
Supporting survey on forest products
Furnishing centralized office skills
Providing community security

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