While the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the necessary delay of important in person meetings, we are all finding new ways to connect and collaborate, including this week’s Act #ForNature Global Online Forum convened by the UN Environment Assembly (UNEA) and the UN Environment Programme. This forum provides an opportunity for stakeholders to collaborate on how we can promote a “green” recovery from the pandemic and take further action at the Fifth United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-5) scheduled for February 2021.
A study published in Environmental Science & Technology estimated the total number of “chemicals on the global market” may exceed 350,000. But is that really the correct number?
As the worldwide voice of the chemical industry, ICCA is committed to making meaningful progress, in cooperation with governments and other stakeholders, to enhance the safe management of chemicals and waste around the globe.
Symposium Aims to Identify Enabling Conditions to Achieve a Circular Plastics Economy and Responsibly Manage Plastic Waste HANGZHOU, CHINA (September 18, 2019) – Experts from various regions, sectors, and backgrounds […]
Government, Industry and UN Environment have joined forces in Argentina to enhance the sound management of chemicals and waste. Watch the video now ! Over the past three decades, production […]
We live in a world of an ever-growing population with increasing demands, but limited resources. It is crucial, therefore, to use those limited resources efficiently and develop innovative business models […]
Pakistan Chemical Manufacturers Association and Croatian Chemical Industry Association Commit to Responsible Care
The Responsible Care Leadership Group (RCLG) welcomed two new national chemical associations, in Pakistan and Croatia, at its biannual meeting in March in Berlin. Abrar Ahmed, Vice Chairman of the […]
Representatives from the International Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA) joined leaders from government and non-governmental organizations in Brasilia from 7 – 9 February to review progress toward meeting the objectives […]
Identifying Opportunities, Addressing Challenges Shanghai, 11-13 September 2016 KEY WORKSHOP OUTCOMES AND TAKEAWAYS More than hundred stakeholders from governments, industry, civil society and international organizations, with representation from all geographic […]
Chemistry contributes to all three dimensions of sustainable development – environmental, social and economic. Explore the chemistry of sustainable development.