Systems

Organizations relating to Systems

European Data Base of Imaging Systems
Association of African Investment Promotion Agencies / Est. 1996
International Gift Planning Alliance / Est. 2003
European Information System
Latin American Information System on Trade and Environment
Latin American Committee for Banking Security
Save a Family Plan / Est. 1965
Organization Development Associates International / Est. 1985
European Group of Research into Norms / Est. 1985
Regional Network for the Exchange of Information and Experience in Science and Technology in Asia and the Pacific / Est. 1983
Trevi Group / Est. 1976
International Network System for Energy Expertise and Knowledge
Formal Methods Europe / Est. 1984
Institute for Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems - Asia
International Communications and Information Security Association
African Hydrological Cycle Observation System
Agreement Concluded between the Governments of El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala, the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture and the OAS General Secretariat Relative to an Extension for the Technical Cooperation for Execution of the Integral Development Plan for the Border Region Shared by the Three Countries / Est. 1994
Global Ocean Observing System for Africa
International Committee for European Security and Cooperation / Est. 1968
International Association for the Lung Surfactant System
Sistema Andino de Pequeña y Mediana Industria
Eastern African Action Plan / Est. 1985
ESF Network on Household and Community Dynamics
Global Action Plan International / Est. 1989
Committee on the Global Financial System / Est. 1971

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World Problems relating to Systems

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Excessive population mobility
Hormone pollution
Electrical power failure
Unethical documentation practices
Male domination
Inadequate health services
Inadequate water system infrastructure
Inadequate transport infrastructure
Fragmentation of the international trading system
Class consciousness
Diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissues
Global financial crisis
Diseases of blood and blood-forming organs
Congenital anomalies of urinary system
Inappropriate sanitation facilities
Collapsing social security system
Payment of interest
Excessive dependence on computer models of complex system behaviour
Vulnerability of environmental systems to globalization
Inadequate control of weapons of mass destruction
Vulnerability of high technology systems
Inadequate dissemination of local information
Transgression of natural thresholds
Vulnerability of socio-economic systems to globalization
Elitist control of global economy

Action Strategies relating to Systems

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Renewing local economy
Protecting against environmental hazards from transport systems
Establishing a globally harmonized hazardous chemical classification system
Protecting the poor
Providing social security services
Providing public transportation
Integrating the international community of nations
Developing sustainable transport systems in cities
Establishing global greenhouse trading system
Implementing environmentally sound hydropower schemes
Improving sanitation for the poor
Incorporating sustainable indigenous management systems for land resources
Undertaking environmental monitoring and assessments
Adopting environmentally sound energy options
Ensuring sustainable agricultural development
Improving information systems on toxic chemicals
Creating waste recycling structures
Planning integrated food plant nutrient programmes
Promoting progress and application of information systems
Developing new packaging
Re-inventing democracy
Using robots
Providing public health services
Improving military technology
Indicating need for resource planning

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