COCA


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Related to COCA: Coca plant, Erythroxylum coca
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COCAConference Call
COCACoheed and Cambria (band)
COCACouncil on Child Abuse
COCACare of Children Act (New Zealand)
COCACorpus of Contemporary American English
COCACommission on Osteopathic College Accreditation
COCACenter on Contemporary Art (Seattle, WA)
COCAClinician Outreach and Communication Activity (US CDC)
COCACost of Customer Acquisition
COCACouncil on Community Advocacy (disabilities)
COCACost of Cracking Adjustment (encryption)
COCAColor, Odor, Consistency, Amount (medical)
COCAConsent Order and Compliance Agreement
COCAChicago Ovarian Cancer Alliance
COCACooperative Caching Scheme
COCAComprehensive Outcomes of Cognitive Assessment (used to assess knowledge gained through university studies)
COCACensorship Opposition Council of Australia
COCACentral Office Code Administrators
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'We use pesticides because the pests eat through the coca leaves and this affects our income.
But Sugar Smart UK, run by food charity Sustain, has written an open letter to Coca Cola criticising the "continued promotion of sugary drinks to children, young people and the general population during the holiday season".
"Coca Wine" also explores the botany of coca, how it differs from cocaine, its traditional use in pre-Columbian America, and scientific studies on coca from the 17th through 19th centuries, including from Sigmund Freud, who was a known user.
In summer 2013, the Bolivian Government announced the launch of the industrial production of medicines from coca leaves.
Defensor del Pueblo Rolando Villena Villagra, also a member of the opposition, lauded the reentry to the Single Convention with the exception of the ban on coca-leaf chewing and considered it "an enormous step toward revaluing the sacred coca leaf and the rights of indigenous nations.
Morales, a member of the Aymara indigenous group, has argued that coca leaf-chewing, which provides mild stimulation, is an integral part of indigenous Andean cultures that has been practiced for centuries and served as a traditional herbal remedy.
Thousands make their living from coca farming in Bolivia, making this move a necessity.
Coca sprayed since 2000 1.8 million acres (nearly the size of Yellowstone Park) Retail price of Roundup herbicide $91 million needed to cover that area Amount paid to Dyncorp to oversee $174 million eradication in 2005 Coca cultivation in 2000 337,000 to 404,000 acres Coca cultivation in 2005 212,500 to 356,000 acres Area of primary forest replaced by 241,000 acres coca fields since 2000 Percentage of coca detected in 2005 44% that was found in areas where coca had not grown previously Percentage of area sprayed in the 40% coca-rich district of Putumayo that actually contained legal crops or forest Change in U.S.
Yet in Andean cities like Cuzco and La Paz, even tourists casually sip coca tea to ease their transition from sea level to high altitude.
Today, one can see deputies chewing coca leaves in the halls of Parliament.
THE INSATIABLE appetite of a caterpillar native to Central and South America may help to destroy Colombia's coca plant--the raw ingredient for cocaine.