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eBook Bulletin on Narcotics: Review of the World Cannabis Situation ePub

by United Nations

  • ISBN: 9211482283
  • Category: Encyclopedias and Subject Guides
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: United Nations
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: United Nations; 1 edition (June 12, 2008)
  • Pages: 164
  • ePub book: 1886 kb
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The Bulletin of Narcotics is designed to provide information on developments in drug control at the local, national, regional and international levels for the benefit of the international community.

Series: Bulletin on Narcotics. The Bulletin is a continuous publication since 1949, and provides information on developments in drug control at the local, national, regional, and international levels that can be of benefit to the international community. The Bulletin of Narcotics is designed to provide information on developments in drug control at the local, national, regional and international levels for the benefit of the international community. This issue contains 12 papers devoted to the topic of drug abuse epidemiology. Bulletin on Narcotics Vo. IV, N. &2, 2002.

UNITED NATIONS New York, 2008. Views expressed in signed articles published in the Bulletin are those of the authors and do not necessarily reect those of the United Nations Secretariat.

Download books for free. United Nations This issue is about world cannabis situation, and looks at the technical aspects of cannabis. This issue is about world cannabis situation, and looks at the technical aspects of cannabis production, cannabis consumption, and at what is known about cannabis markets in regions around the world, highlighting the universality of the problem, as well as at the impact of cannabis.

This special issue of the Bulletin on Narcotics s part of a broader process that the United Nations Office .

It elaborates on the thematic chapter of the World Drug Report 2015 by showing in more detail the evolving debate around alternative development and the new ways in which it is implemented in practice. Give a Bookmate subscription →. About Bookmate.

The United Nations' World Drug Report stated that cannabis "was the world's most widely produced, trafficked, and consumed drug in the world in 2010", identifying . UNODC - Bulletin on Narcotics - 1961 Issue 3 - 002". United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

The United Nations' World Drug Report stated that cannabis "was the world's most widely produced, trafficked, and consumed drug in the world in 2010", identifying that between 128 million and 238 million users globally in 2015. History of medical cannabis. Timeline of cannabis law. Further reading. Mills, James H. (2016) The IHO as actor : the case of cannabis and the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs 1961. Retrieved 2017-05-02. a b Vera Rubin (1 January 1975).

Cannabis is the world's most widely cultivated and consumed illicit drug, but there remain major . author {Ted Leggett}, journal {Bulletin on narcotics}, year {2006}, volume {58 1-2}, pages {.

Cannabis is the world's most widely cultivated and consumed illicit drug, but there remain major gaps in our understanding of global cannabis markets. This may be leading to greater localization of cannabis markets.

The Bulletin is a continuous publication since 1949, and provides information on developments in drug control at. .

The Bulletin is a continuous publication since 1949, and provides information on developments in drug control at the local, national, regional, and international levels that can be of benefit to the international community. It is rooted in efforts made a century ago to address the largest substance abuse problem the world had ever faced: the Chinese opium epidemic.

UNODC is cosponsor of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS - UNAIDS. The Situation in Individual Countries. The cannabis problem: A note on the problem and the history of international action. One of the conclusions reached is that the development of a narcotic-free strain of the cannabis plant, since it does not involve a change of crop on a large scale, is basically much simpler than the substitution of other plants. However, a narcotic-free strain of the cannabis plant could be produced only with considerable effort and expense. The Commission instructed the Secretariat to prepare surveys of the cannabis situation in a number of countries and territories.

The Bulletin is a continuous publication since 1949, and provides information on developments in drug control at the local, national, regional, and international levels that can be of benefit to the international community. This issue is about world cannabis situation, and looks at the technical aspects of cannabis production, cannabis consumption, and at what is known about cannabis markets in regions around the world, highlighting the universality of the problem, as well as at the impact of cannabis.