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about sustainable chemistry for the ISCnet

ISCnet – International Sustainable Chemistry Network

Publications

Sustainable chemistry is not a new concept; it has been discussed in varying contexts both on a national and international level. The documents and presentations on this website give an overview on the development and current status of this discussion.

Publications and presentations

Beneficiary contributions of the concept of Sustainable Chemistry
to the Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management beyond 2020
Restart of the EU sustainability policy
In this position paper the German Environment Agency’s experts have identified twelve action fields within UBA’s environmental responsibility area from an environmental and sustainability perspective, relating to sustainable consumption and its conditions, sustainable modes of production, the transformation of the economy and the protection of human health and the environment.
Sustainable Chemistry – a Concept with Beneficial Links to Waste Management
Ideas and goals behind the Sustainable Chemistry concept
SusChem: Strategic Innovation and Research Agenda
When the European Technology Platform for Sustainable Chemistry “SusChem” was established in 2004, we followed the European Commission’s wish that the chemical and the biotechnological industries, along with other important European industries, should “ge
Integrated National Implementation of SDGs and International Chemicals and Waste Agreements
International Expert and Stakeholder Workshop Geneva, Switzerland, 11-13 April 2016
Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management
Overarching Policy Strategy and the Global Plan of Action
Green and Sustainable Chemistry
The products of the chemical and pharmaceutical industries are an indispensible basis of our high standard of living and health. Estimations say that about 100,000 chemicals are available on the market. Most of them are used in combination with other chem
Post-2015 Agenda for Sustainable Development
Key Positions of the German Government
Evaluation of the possibilities of a stronger involvement
Internationales Chemikalienmanagement: Umweltforschungsplan des Bundesministeriums für Umwelt, Naturschutz, Bau und Reaktorsicherheit.
Three studies near completion
To allow the ISC3 a quick start to its substantive work, the clients commissioned the drafting of three studies. These studies are now under discussion with the ISC3 Advisory Council and will be completed until March, 2017.
Note on sustainable chemistry and sound chemicals management
and sound chemicals management
Fostering Sustainable Chemistry
International centre to become platform for innovation and development in sustainable chemistry.

ISCnet – International Sustainable Chemistry Network