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Organizations relating to Chemical Products

Centre international scientifique d'étude pour l'engraissement
International Pesticide Applicators Association / Est. 1953
Arrangement Concerning Consultations Prior to the Installation in the Vicinity of the Frontiers of Permanent Stores of Explosive Substances for Civil Use / Est. 1950
ESCAP/FAO/UNIDO Fertilizer Advisory, Development and Information Network for Asia and the Pacific / Est. 1978
International Centre for the Application of Pesticides / Est. 1982
World EOD Foundation
Tropical Pesticides Research Institute / Est. 1945
European Flame Retardants Association / Est. 1990
European Biocidal Product Forum
Centre de recherches scientifiques et techniques pour l'industrie des produits explosifs / Est. 1960
European Methylbromide Association / Est. 1987
Commission for Controlling the Desert Locust in South-West Asia / Est. 1964
Union of the Fertilizer and Pesticide Trade of Countries of the EEC / Est. 1960
International Union of Fertilizer Producers
Mediterranean Group of Pesticides Research / Est. 1999
Latin American Multinational Fertilizer Marketing Enterprise / Est. 1979
Network of Fertilizer Information Systems / Est. 1985
Inter-African Fertilizer Committee
European Cooperative Research Network on Pesticides
Common Market Committee of the Nitrogenous and Phosphatic Fertilizers Industry / Est. 1959
Inter-African Committee on Fertilizers
FAO World Acaricide Resistance Reference Centre
Arab Fertilizer Association / Est. 1975
International Potash Institute / Est. 1952
European Federation of Explosives Engineers / Est. 1988

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World Problems relating to Chemical Products

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Neurological rage
Health risks to workers in agricultural and livestock production
Pesticide intoxication
Hazardous remnants of war
Misuse of agricultural chemicals
Environmental hazards of pesticides
Excessive reliance on mineral fertilizers
Nitrogen overdosage of plants
Polluted drinking water
Overuse of chemicals to control pests
Shortage of pesticides
Fuel-air explosive
Vulnerability of children to pesticide residues in food
Organochlorine pollution
Herbicide tolerance in plants
Insufficient fertilizers for agricultural development
Organophosphorus insecticides as pollutants
Pesticide destruction of soil fauna and micro-organisms
Insecticides as pollutants
DDT as a pollutant
Inappropriate agricultural subsidies for chemicalized farming
Pesticide mist
Herbicides as pollutants
Pesticide residues in food
Ineffective regulation of pesticides

Action Strategies relating to Chemical Products

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Planning integrated food plant nutrient programmes
Integrating sources of plant nutrients to sustain soil fertility
Training in plant nutrient assessment
Taking a responsible care approach during full life cycle of chemical products
Providing public information on impacts of pesticides
Monitoring chemical industry
Using integrated pest management
Fertilizing soils
Controlling agricultural chemicals
Marketing fertilizers
Using synthetic pesticides with care
Improving fertilizers
Developing pesticide and herbicide tolerant crops
Studying health effects of pesticides
Developing effective pesticide policies
Using flame retardants
Assessing potential of plant nutrient sources
Clearing up derelict military explosive devices
Improving management practices to minimize impact of agrochemicals on water resources
Undermining misuse of insecticides
Undermining insect resistance to insecticides
Monitoring use of agrochemicals
Controlling use of fertilizers
Providing public information on integrated plant nutrient programmes
Harmonizing national and regional evaluation of pesticides

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