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UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Interests

International Union of Esperanto Stamp Collectors
Berkeley Enthusiasts Club / Est. 1963
European Medical Association on Smoking and Health / Est. 1986
Clay Pipe Collectors Circle International
European Antiquarians Foundation
Association of Baltic Numismatists / Est. 2005
Pan-African Association of Zoos and Aquaria / Est. 1989
International Association of Professional Numismatists / Est. 1951
Cercle philatélique des Communautés européennes
International Garden Centre Association / Est. 1960
International Sinatra Society / Est. 1974
Aquatic Gardeners Association
Society for Polish Philately / Est. 1992
International Far-Eastern Numismatics / Est. 1989
World Philatelic Congress of Israel, Holy Land and Judaica Societies / Est. 1968
United Nations Trust Fund for the Environment Stamp Conservation Fund
FORCES International
International Nick Tate Club / Est. 1976
World Wide Gnome Association
Internationaler Aero-Philatelisten Club / Est. 1927
Association européenne pour la presse d'information sur l'antiquité, la brocante et la collection / Est. 1989
Friends of the Joe Dassin International Fan Club / Est. 1981
Tammy Wynette International Fan Club / Est. 1967
Collectors of Unusual Data International / Est. 1985
International Newspaper Collector's Club / Est. 1950

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World Problems relating to Interests

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Manufacture of substandard products
Inadequate sense of time
Loss of cultural heritage
Deficient business leadership
Decline in cognitive ability with ageing
Inadequate research on proposed solutions to problems
Lungworm infection
Farmer's lung
Logging of old stand forests
Puerperal pulmonary embolism
Pneumonic plague
Lung cancer
Tuberculous lymphadenitis
Threatened species of Aramides wolfi
Functional illiteracy
Threatened species of Pulmonata
Cutaneous tuberculosis
Health hazards of passive smoking
Inadequate primary health care
Pulmonary embolism

Action Strategies relating to Interests

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Growing medicinal herbs
Recognizing role of women in peacekeeping
Developing diversified wood production
Using available timber resources
Stopping smoking
Improving ability to resolve problems realistically
Developing tobacco control
Developing higher states of consciousness
Maintaining record of past encounter
Researching respiratory distress syndrome
Managing non-timber forest resources
Using wood as fuel
Marketing local agriculture produce
Strengthening multi-language literacy prowess
Managing commercial company
Naming common experience
Instituting integrated forest management
Sharing business experience on sustainable development
Sharing information about inland aquatic resources
Improving wood preservatives to protect the environment
Updating methods of agricultural production
Studying lung cancer
Building practical skills development
Providing youth training
Training for jobs

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