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UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Irresponsibility

Earthworks / Est. 2005

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World Problems relating to Irresponsibility

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Unethical media practices
Irresponsible chemists
Irresponsible agricultural practices
Irresponsible oceanographers
Irresponsible introduction of exotic plant species
Irresponsible practice of biological sciences
Environmental hazards of exotic species introduction
Police negligence
Unethical construction practices
Unethical practice of geological sciences
Misuse of advertising
Unethical entertainment
Paternal negligence
Unethical documentation practices
Irresponsible physicists
Irresponsible experts
Corporate control of genetic material
Irresponsible genetic manipulation

Action Strategies relating to Irresponsibility

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Correcting professional misconduct
Reporting dependence on negligence
Reporting negligence of official monitors
Neglecting areas of responsibility
Reporting negligence by history archivists
Reporting negligence by property surveyors
Reporting negligence by medical specialists
Reporting negligent public service employees
Reporting negligent social development consultants
Reporting professional negligence by atmospheric scientists
Reporting negligence in politics
Reporting negligent old age care
Reporting negligent monitoring of earth processes
Reporting negligence by government
Allowing bureaucratic negligence
Exposing bureaucratic negligence
Supporting irresponsible behaviour
Reporting negligent strategic planning
Reporting negligent personnel managers
Reporting negligent building design
Reporting negligence in research
Reporting negligent quality control
Reporting negligence in local government
Abolishing unethical practice of anthropology
Reporting negligence by radiologists

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