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Signs and Labels

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Signs and Labels

Global Ecolabelling Network / Est. 1994
International Association of European Manufacturers of Glass Beads for Safety Road Markings and Other Industrial Purposes / Est. 1980
Labologists Society / Est. 1958
World Foundation for the Transnationalization of Specialized Terminology / Est. 1990
International Seal, Label and Cigar Band Society / Est. 1956
International Labelling Centre / Est. 1966
Committee of Governmental Experts Relative to the Protection of Signals Transmitted by Space Satellites
ISEAL Alliance / Est. 2002
Association du musée international de l'étiquette de vin / Est. 1991
International Association of Consumer Food Organizations / Est. 1997
International Association of Tracer Hydrology / Est. 1965
International Association of Drip-Mat and Label Collectors / Est. 1958
Signals International Trust
International Association for Textile Care Labelling / Est. 1956
Food Irradiation Network / Est. 1988
Protocol on Road Signs and Signals / Est. 1949
UKUSA SIGINT Community / Est. 1946
Central American Agreement on Uniform Road Signs / Est. 1958
European Association of Mozzarella Manufacturers / Est. 1993
Agreement Concerning Maritime Signals / Est. 1930
Convention Concerning the Unification of Road Signals / Est. 1931
IOAS / Est. 1997
FINAT / Est. 1958
QUALANOD / Est. 1974
European Flexographic Industry Association / Est. 1972

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World Problems relating to Signs and Labels

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Electromagnetic pollution
Ill-defined health conditions
False medicalization
Insufficient neighbourhood signs
Inadequate drug classification
Resource consumption exacerbated by price distortions
Reappearing signs of underdevelopment in industrialized countries
Counterproductive eco-labelling
Dumping ground label
Commercially exploitative food labelling
Discriminatory scientific language
Symptoms of plant disease

Action Strategies relating to Signs and Labels

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Using environmental labelling
Evaluating effects of world trade agreements on eco-labelling
Standardizing chemical classification
Reinforcing religious stereotypes
Channelling signs and wonders
Developing business certification schemes for biodiversity
Certifying wood
Labelling health food products
Improving labelling techniques
Harmonizing labelling
Creating globally harmonized chemicals labelling system
Providing training on chemical classification and labelling systems
Adopting uniform phonetic alphabet for all languages
Defining signs of vegetation ill health
Providing labelled mailbox system
Inventing signs
Strengthening national capabilities to use chemical classification and labelling systems
Labelling products that cause transboundary air pollution

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