Retaining control
Recovering control
Preserving control

Using means whereby courses of action are chosen and kept so as to reach goals (in the case of positive control) or to escape threats (in the case of negative control).

Reducing waste
Controlling rise
Controlling lying
Controlling riots
Controlling panic
Combating drought
Controlling rents
Controlling desire
Controlling events
Reducing acid rain
Protecting quality
Preventing injuries
Controlling markets
Controlling hunting
Criticizing laxness
Controlling language
Controlling pregnancy
Controlling pollution
Controlling migration
Providing basic needs
Providing basic needs
Controlling experiments
Regulating import of foods
Developing tobacco control
Controlling global economy
Exercising societal control
Controlling disease vectors
Managing commercial company
Controlling volume of goods
Combatting money laundering
Controlling hydatid diseases
Controlling insect invasions
Controlling scientific power
Providing daily mail service
Controlling urban development
Controlling marketing systems
Controlling consumption plans
Controlling livestock diseases
Controlling introduced species
Controlling investment schemes
Serving nutritious model meals
Serving existing social groups
Controlling educational systems
Controlling growth of farm land
Controlling ownership expansion
Coordinating production systems
Controlling availability of arms
Controlling drinking consumption
Controlling rapid funds turnover
Controlling quality goods export
Overseeing instrument assemblies
Providing the poor with services
Serving external project funding
Controlling employee absenteeism
Controlling socio-economic growth
Controlling antibiotic resistance
Controlling herd grazing patterns
Developing bulk purchasing scheme
Controlling information technology
Controlling construction technology
Controlling executive branch action
Reshaping societal control dynamics
Controlling market price fluctuation
Developing effective home management
Controlling communications mass media
Controlling application of technology
Controlling production and distribution
Using hierarchical principle of control
Overseeing comprehensive expansion plan
Maintaining control of production processes
Controlling distribution of productive means
Controlling consumption of alcohol by adolescents
Controlling industrial expansion
Controlling external mobilization of political power
Questioning industrial applications of technical skills
Controlling harmful levels of artificial discharge to coastal waters
Protecting endangered monuments and historic sites
Constrained by:
Losing control
Type Classification:
A: Abstract fundamental strategies
Related UN Sustainable Development Goals:
GOAL 15: Life on Land