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Animal Sports

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Animal Sports

International Miniature Trotting and Pacing Association / Est. 1992
Intercontinental Equestrian Adventures
World Sidesaddle Federation / Est. 1980
International Federation of Sport Fly Fishing / Est. 1989
International Marco Polo Centre, Korcula / Est. 1997
European Anglers Alliance / Est. 1994
International Event Riders Association
International Centre Against Hunting Abuse
African Gamebird Research, Education and Development Trust / Est. 1990
World Greyhound Racing Federation / Est. 1971
Event Riders Association
International Dressage Riders Club / Est. 1986
FIPS Casting
International Jumping Riders Club / Est. 1977
International Angling Confederation / Est. 1952
European Committee for Big Game Hunting / Est. 1976
International Sea Sportfishing Federation
International Fly Fishing Houffalize
European Waterfowl Hunters Federation
World Bicycle Polo Federation / Est. 1987
European Fishing Tackle Trade Association / Est. 1981
International Association for Falconry and Conservation of Birds of Prey / Est. 1968
International Side-Saddle Organization / Est. 1974
Association des chasseurs professionnels d'Afrique francophone
International Ghost Hunters Society

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World Problems relating to Animal Sports

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Scarification
Poaching
Drug abuse in animal sports
Hunting of marine animals
Hunting of animals
Threatened species of Lycaon pictus
Seal hunting
Intrusive animal-rights campaigners
Maltreatment of performing animals
Animal fighting sports
Hunt sabotage
Underdevelopment of hunting, trapping and game propagation
Instability of hunting, trapping and game propagation
Trespass by hunters
Unenforced hunting regulations

Action Strategies relating to Animal Sports

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Judging sports
Improving enforcement against game poaching
Conserving wild animals through hunting
Protesting hunting of animals
Publishing international angling regulations
Monitoring fisheries activities on the high seas
Policing hunting of protected and endangered species
Prohibiting hunting of protected and endangered species
Controlling hunting
Regulating hunting of marine mammals

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