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Here you can access useful resources, read articles, find out about latest events, meet people and join our communities of practice on the SAICM emerging chemical policy issues
Our Communities of Practice are spaces of exchange on the sound management of chemicals and waste among representatives from academia, governments, industry, intergovernmental organizations, non-governmental organizations, consumers, and citizens
Check our calendar of events where discussions and decisions are taken to shape the future of chemicals and their impact in our environment and health
Keep updated on news on chemicals of concern as well as challenges and achievements to progress towards the SDGs
A review of PFAS as a Chemical Class in the Textiles Sector
For over a decade, under both SAICM and the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs), the class of chemicals known as PFAS is gaining increasing international attention.
Global elimination of lead paint: why and how countries should take action
Lead has toxic effects on almost all body systems and is especially harmful for children and pregnant women. Lead paint is an avoidable source of exposure to lead.
Women, Chemicals and the SDGs
Gender Review Mapping with a Focus on Women and Chemicals: Impact of Emerging Policy Issues and the Relevance for the Sustainable Development Goals
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02 Oct 2023
25 Sep 2023
People working for a healthier environment
Peter Hurst is a specialist on a wide range of health, safety, pollution prevention and labour-related issues, especially pesticides and in global food supply chains, agriculture and agrofood industries.