The Net Pleasure Index is the first ever attempt to define and rank drugs in terms of the overall balance of pleasures and harms. It was developed with the.
The mainstream penalty-driven approach to drugs control is both morally and intellectually flawed. Morally, it ignores the use and, in some cases, promotion of drugs such as alcohol and tobacco that are much more harmful than most "illicit" drugs. In fact, we know that even for the.
The Global Drug Survey aims to find out more about the patterns of drug use among the world's population, and the 2013 Net Pleasure Index is.