The oil and gas industry do not offer solutions for building back better once the COVID19 crisis is over. This report deals with the link to plastics industry in this context.
The report gives the rationale for a new global agreement on plastics, and suggested action points for the global community.
A report of a global assessment of sources, fates and effects of mircoplastics in the marine environment.
The report gives an overview of emerging environmental issues.
The report is a review of what is known about occupational hazards from nanomaterials.
The concept of the Performance Economy forms the basis for circular economy. It outlines A) how higher wealth and economic growth can be achieved with considerably lower resource consumption, B) how the value of produced goods can be kept in the system as long as...
This report is a review and compilation of the estimates of the monetary impacts on health caused by endocrine disrupting chemicals in the five Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden).
This is a comprehensive review of the state of knowledge on endocrine disrupting chemicals in 2012, commissioned co-jointly by WHO and UNEP.
Resources on nanomaterials from the UNEP knowledge repository.
The Assessment report on IoCs outlines the state of progress in the work with the present 11 IoCs, challenges and opportunities, as well as presents suggestions for how to handle future IoCs.
This peer reviewed article outlines a system for how to assess and rank perfluorinated compounds with respect to phase out or need for society, based on a principle from the Montreal Protocol of the Vienna Convention.
The report on Financing the Sound Management of Chemicals beyond 2020 outlines the rationale and the format for a global cost recovery mechanism in line with the polluter pays principle to finance sound management of chemicals globally.
This report is the first systematic review and compilation of the estimates of the monetary value of the unsound management of perfluorinated chemicals, with respect to human health and the environment.
The Cost of Inaction Report is the first systematic review and compilation of estimates of the monetary value of the unsound management of chemicals, with respect to human health and the environment.
Beyond analysis to action. Linking public health, occupational health and safety, environmental sustainability and new or better employment: a position paper.