During the UNFCCC Asia Pacific Climate Week (6-9 July) many policymakers will debate in virtual thematic sessions the pulse of climate action in the region, explore climate challenges and opportunities, and showcase ambitious solutions. […]
Continuous improvement of environmental protection, health and safety within the company: These are the goals BASF commits to since 1992 as part of the voluntary Responsible Care® (RC) initiative of the chemical industry. At the beginning of February, the Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors, Martin Brudermüller, renewed the commitment on behalf of BASF.
ICCA and the Indian Chemical Council (ICC) completed a successful first year of the India Pilot Project. Significant capacity building and other activities were undertaken to enhance ICC’s Responsible Care® […]
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?
Highlights the importance of restarting safely.
In these extraordinarily challenging times, the ICCA is committed to partnering with governments to moderate the impact of COVID-19.
Inventory and Evaluation of Publicly Available Sources of Information on Hazards and Risks of Industrial Chemicals
Regulatory authorities from developing countries have expressed a need for guidance in locating environmental, health and safety (EHS) information on industrial chemicals. In response, possible sources were identified via a search of the Internet using relevant terms and by soliciting suggestions from more than 200 knowledgeable stakeholders. This initially identified greater than 100 databases, 41 of which were chosen for further profiling and analysis based on their size and comprehensiveness.
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.
ICCA releases study presenting a range of Chemistry-based products and solution that will make a low-carbon economy possible.