The authors of Success Stories: Stockholm Convention 2001-2011 showcase examples of global, regional or national successes. The 37 stories contributed by POPs stakeholders are organized around four themes:
1. Increased scientific and political engagement
2. Increased awareness and behaviour changes
3. Health benefits for children, women and workers
4. Innovative methods to introduce alternatives to POPs
They demonstrate how the Parties to the treaty have acted with determination, often in partnership with industry, the research community, NGOs and international organizations, to realize the promise of the Convention.
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The MAITE Foundation, through the Spanish Network of Sustainable Laboratories (Lab*s), participates as Associated Partner in the new Erasmus Mundus Master "Chemical Innovation and Regulation (ChIR)” selected in the 2012 call by the European Executive Agency in the field of Education, Audiovisual and Culture (EACEA). Read More...
To read the news published by the University of Barcelona regarding the Erasmus Mundus 2012 selection follow this link.