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Destruction

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 15: Life on Land

Description

Destruction refers to damage to an object, system, being or idea, as in legal damages and physical vandalism.

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Organizations relating to Destruction

Holocaust International Trust
International Convention on Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage / Est. 2001
Arolsen Archives - International Center on Nazi Persecution / Est. 1943
International Network of Children of Jewish Holocaust Survivors / Est. 1981
Associação SOS Amazonia / Est. 1988
Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority / Est. 1953
Kurdish Women Action Against Honour Killing / Est. 2000
Forest Carbon Partnership Facility
Convention on the International Liability for Damage Caused by Space Objects / Est. 1972
European Association for Holocaust Studies / Est. 2003
European Convention on Civil Liability for Damage Caused by Motor Vehicles / Est. 1973
Convention on the Prohibition of the Use, Stockpiling, Production and Transfer of Anti-personnel Mines and on Their Destruction / Est. 1997
International Study of Organized Persecution of Children / Est. 1981
European River Ocean System / Est. 1988
Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons and on Their Destruction / Est. 1992
The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous / Est. 1986
European Committee for the Prevention of Mass Destruction of Migratory Birds / Est. 1976
International Network of Engineers and Scientists Against Proliferation / Est. 1993
Convention on Damage Caused by Foreign Aircraft to Third Parties on the Surface / Est. 1952
International Commission on Weapons of Mass Destruction / Est. 2003
International School for Holocaust Studies / Est. 1993
European Peace Initiative / Est. 1991
Wildlife Alliance / Est. 1994
Australian Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies / Est. 1993
Simon Wiesenthal Center / Est. 1978

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World Problems relating to Destruction

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Death instinct
Nonexistence
Death
Loss of cultural diversity
Inexpedience
Adversity
Loss
Threatened species of Cephalopoda
Destruction of archaeological sites
Threatened species of Amphibians
Degradation of countries by tourism
Threatened coral reef ecosystems
Threatened species of Cetacea
Forest decline
Lack of medical records
Killing sanctioned by religion
Genocide
Vulnerability of marine ecosystems
Threatened species of Protista
Tampering with physical evidence
Threatened species of Chaetognatha
Desecration of cemeteries
Threatened species of Chelonia mydas
Vulnerability of ecosystem niches
Threatened species of Reptiles

Action Strategies relating to Destruction

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Anaesthetizing
Incinerating wastes
Euthanasia
Using biological pest control
Compiling directory of endangered species
Treating kidney damage
Preventing disease
Conserving endangered species of farm animals
Preserving natural ecosystems
Destroying rural subsistence economy
Damaging agricultural land
Restoring damaged wetlands to productive condition
Protecting global environment
Restoring environmental damage
Compensating for pollution damage caused by substances other than oil
Assigning responsibility for damage caused by accidental spills of hazardous waste
Protesting environmental issues
Protecting marine ecosystems
Preventing species extinctions
Conserving endangered predatory animals
Conserving endangered species of birds
Conserving endangered species of mammals
Conserving endangered species of reptiles
Destroying drug crops with biocontrol agents
Eliminating weapons of mass destruction

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