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Organizations relating to Organic Chemical Compounds

European Peptide Society / Porto, Portugal / Est. 1989
International Society for Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds / Dartmouth NS, Canada / Est. 1991
European Histamine Research Society / Athens, Greece / Est. 1972
European Carbohydrate Organization / Bangalore, India
American Peptide Society / Est. 1990
Production Engineering Association / Epsom, UK / Est. 1991
Purine and Pyrimidine Society / Amsterdam, Netherlands / Est. 1987
Biopolymer International / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1989
Asian Federation of Societies for Lactic Acid Bacteria
European Society for Electromechanically Active Polymer Transducers and Artificial Muscles / Dübendorf, Switzerland / Est. 2012
Hydrocarbon and Rosin Resins Producers Association / Brussels, Belgium
Ethylene Oxide and Derivates Producers Association / Brussels, Belgium
European Citric Acid Manufacturers Association / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1981
European Wax Federation / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1978
European Council for Alkylphenols and Derivatives / Brussels, Belgium
Secretariat of the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants / Geneva, Switzerland
Global Acetate Manufacturers Association / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2000
International Centre for Research in Organic Food Systems / Tjele, Denmark / Est. 2008
Formacare / Brussels, Belgium
Global Organic Textile Standard International Working Group / Stuttgart, Germany / Est. 2008
European Ethylene Producers Committee / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1996
Global Methane Initiative / Washington DC, USA / Est. 2004
International Symposium on Polymer Analysis and Characterization / Enschede, Netherlands / Est. 1987
Polymer Networks Group / Nicosia, Cyprus / Est. 1975
Asia Network of Organics Recycling / Tokyo, Japan / Est. 2002
European Neuropeptide Club / Ramat Aviv, Israel / Est. 1989
Groupe Polyphénols / Bordeaux, France / Est. 1972
European Network for Oxysterol Research / Latina, Italy / Est. 2010
Global Fluorocarbon Producers Forum / Brussels, Belgium
Purine Club / Camerino, Italy / Est. 1990
International Isocyanate Institute, New York / Manchester, UK / Est. 1972
Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco / Madison WI, USA
European Aliphatic Isocyanates Producers Association / Brussels, Belgium
European Bioethanol Fuel Association / Est. 2005
European Quality Assurance Association of Expanded Polystyrene Foam Manufacturers for Food Packaging
International Federation of Glucose Industries / Brussels, Belgium
Association of Lactose Manufacturers
Association of South-East Asian Nation Countries' Union of Polymer Science
International Biodegradable Products Manufacturers Association / Est. 1996
European Polyester Terephthalate Film Manufacturers Association / Est. 1987
International Conference of Benzol Producers / Est. 1929
European Polyolefin Clingfilm Association / Est. 1986
Energy Organization of the Great Lakes Countries / Bujumbura, Burundi / Est. 1974
International Fructose Association / Est. 1980
European Cast Polymer Association
International Organization of Glutaric Acidemia / Blairsville PA, USA / Est. 1995
International DME Association / Washington DC, USA / Est. 2001
International Association of Researchers in Cortisol and Anti-Cortisols / Las Vegas NV, USA / Est. 1996
Diether H Haenicke Institute for Global Education / Kalamazoo MI, USA / Est. 1998
International Lecithin and Phospholipid Society / St Louis MO, USA / Est. 1984

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World Problems relating to Organic Chemical Compounds

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Chloroform as a pollutant
Excessive use of hormones in animal husbandry
Dioxin poisoning
Polychlorinated biphenyls as a health hazard
Over-use of formaldehyde in building materials and personal products
Drug abuse in sports
Occupational hazards of benzene
Health risks of alcohol consumption
Marine dumping of wastes
Dementia
Excessive consumption of fats
Overdependence on methyl bromide
Albinism
Solvent and methylated spirits drinking
Abnormal blood fats
Irresponsible genetic manipulation
Fatty acid oxidation disorders
Increase in atmospheric concentration of methane
Organochlorine pollution
Methane gas emissions from landfill sites
Chlorofluorocarbons as an environmental hazard
Tryptamine drugs
Persistent organic pollutants
Tobacco smoking
LSD abuse

Action Strategies relating to Organic Chemical Compounds

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Promoting best environmental practice concerning persistent organic pollutants
Promoting organic food
Reducing dioxin pollution
Informing about ecological agriculture
Decomposing organic materials
Providing information on polymers
Controlling transboundary emissions of persistent organic pollutants
Eliminating persistent organic pollutants
Using methane emissions from landfill sites for energy
Freezing production of ozone-depleting substances
Using management programmes to reduce emissions of persistent organic pollutants
Using economic instruments to reduce emissions from persistent organic pollutants
Disposing of persistent organic pollutants
Increasing public awareness of persistent organic pollutants
Phasing-out ozone depleting substances
Promoting alternatives to persistent organic pollutants
Reducing levels of persistent organic pollutants in other substances
Controlling emissions of persistent organic pollutants from mobile sources
Controlling emissions of persistent organic pollutants from stationary sources
Restricting exports of ozone-depleting substances
Managing organic wastes
Certifying organic agriculture
Exploiting methane hydrates
Diagnosing ailments
Collecting organic waste

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