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Inspection, Tests

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Inspection, Tests

International Regions Benchmarking Consortium / Est. 2008
Arolsen Archives - International Center on Nazi Persecution / Est. 1943
Information and Communication Network for Inter-Regional Technology Transfer
Europe Association of Test Publishers
Lawyers' Rights Watch Canada / Est. 2000
International Association of Electrical Inspectors / Est. 1928
Open Systems Testing Consortium
African Hydrological Cycle Observation System
Centre européen d'observation des OVNIs / Est. 1990
Global Ocean Observing System for Africa
Observatoire interdisciplinaire de création et de recherche en musique / Est. 2000
International Forum on Earth Observation Using Space Stations Elements
African Regional Centre for Space Science and Technology Education - English / Est. 1998
International Technical Committee for Textile Care / Est. 1999
African Monitoring Group
Agreement Regarding Monitoring of the Stratosphere / Est. 1976
IAGOD Commission on Tectonics of Ore Deposits / Est. 1970
International Dry-Cleaning Research Committee
European Group of Organisations for Fire Testing, Inspection and Certification / Est. 1988
Pan-American Network on Fish Inspection and Quality Control
Global Fire Monitoring Centre / Est. 1998
Intergovernmental Group to Monitor the Supply and Shipping of Oil and Petroleum Products to South Africa / Est. 1986
Central American Peace and Democracy Watch, Washington
Surveillance et défense de la liberté de presse en Africa de l'Ouest
North East Asian Centre for Environmental Data and Training / Est. 1996

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World Problems relating to Inspection, Tests

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Misuse of electronic surveillance by governments
Obstruction of astronomical observation by environmental pollution
Functional illiteracy
Misuse of satellite surveillance by governments
Ineffective monitoring
Classified public information
Nuclear weapons testing
Decline in educational standards
Genetic discrimination
Neglect of worker health
Inadequate testing of drugs
Irrelevant scientific activity
Inadequate environmental monitoring
Misuse of government surveillance of communications
Environmental degradation through military activity during peace-time
Threatened species of Varanus griseus caspius
Over-specialization
Unethical intellectual practices
Insufficient educational material
Covert intelligence agency operations
Underuse of cervical smear tests
Reward biased research
Errors in medical testing
Health hazards of computer monitor screens
Invasion of privacy through testing

Action Strategies relating to Inspection, Tests

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Monitoring pollution hazards of industrial research
Monitoring tropical forests
Teaching science
Reducing pollution hazards of industrial research
Monitoring effects of air pollution on human health
Monitoring urban-industrial air pollution
Promoting digital literacy
Undertaking environmental monitoring and assessments
Monitoring civil rights
Monitoring implementation of international environmental agreements
Developing software
Increasing cervical smear testing
Creating french speaking academic networks
Compiling directory of endangered species
Maintaining database on plants
Monitoring livestock productivity
Developing new packaging
Developing broad environmental education
Denying lessons of history
Testing couple compatibility before marriage
Providing checks on societal decision-making
Ensuring economical usage of natural resources by industry
Strengthening cradle-to-grave environmental impact assessment of hazardous waste
Studying global change
Developing ecological literacy

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