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Identifying the Research and Infrastructure Needs for the Global Assessment of Hazardous Chemicals Ten Years after Establishing the Stockholm Convention

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KLÁNOVÁ Jana DIAMOND Miriam JONES Kevin C. LAMMEL Gerhard LOHMANN Rainer PIRRONE Nicola SCHERINGER Martin BALDUCCI Catia BIDLEMAN Terry BLÁHA Karel BLÁHA Luděk BOOIJ Kees BOUWMAN Henk BREIVIK Knut ECKHARDT Sabine FIEDLER Heidelore GARRIGUES Philippe HARNER Tom HOLOUBEK Ivan HUNG Hayley MACLEOD Matthew MAGULOVÁ Katarína MOSCA Silvia PISTOCCHI Alberto STACI Simonich SMEDES Foppe STEPHANOU Euripides SWEETMAN Andy ŠEBKOVÁ Katerina VENIER Marta VIGHI Marco VRANA Branislav WANIA Frank WEBER Roland WEISS Peter

Year of publication 2011
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Environmental Science & Technology
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Field Environment influence on health
Keywords Stockholm Convention; Hazardous Chemicals; Persistent Organic Pollutants
Description The Stockholm Convention (SC) on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) is a global treaty under UNEP with the objective to protect human health and the environment from hazardous, long-lasting chemicals. Ten years after the adoption of the Convention on May 22, 2001, an expert meeting organized by the RECETOX Centre was held in Brno, Czech Republic, with the support of the American Chemical Society and the European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences. The aim of the workshop was to identify gaps, challenges, and research needs associated with the global assessment of hazardous chemicals
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