ICCA Working with UNEP to Enhance Safe Transport of Chemicals in Africa
Organisations team up with chemicals firms to develop Kenya capacity building workshop.
ICCA COP-19 side event highlights energy efficiency
ICCA Technology Roadmaps on Energy & Climate Change
Addressing the Avoided Emissions Challenge
ICCA, worldwide voice of the global chemical industry, works to ensure industry is widely valued and supported for its economic, social and environmental contributions to society.
Responsible Care is the chemical industry’s unique “ethic”, enabling the global chemical industry to continuously improve its health, safety and environmental performance.
Given that chemical products and technologies are used in a wide array of energy-saving and renewable energy applications, the chemical industry offers significant potential to help society achieve greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions.
The major benefit of ICCA’s High Production Volume Chemicals program is that it delivers globally-harmonized, internationally-agreed data sets and initial hazard assessments that are recognized under national and regional programs.
The global goals of the chemical industry’s Long-range Research Initiative are to increase the knowledge of the potential impacts that chemicals may have on the health of humans, wildlife and the environment.
“Innovations in chemistry are critical to meeting the needs of a growing world..."Read more
Kurt Bock President, ICCA
COP-19 – United Nations Climate Change Conference - 22 November 2013
The 19th Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP-19) will take place in Warsaw, Poland, from November 11 to 22, 2013.