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A.21.19- Toxic Chemicals

A.21.19- Toxic Chemicals

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Environmentally Sound Management of Toxic ChemicalsAgenda 21:Chapter 19 and UN Commission on Sustainable Development
 
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Contents:
1. Stakeholder: Governments
1.1 Implementation in developing countries
1.1.1 Chemical management1.1.2 Financing technology
2. Stakeholder: Governments with the cooperation of relevant international organizations and industry
2.1 Expanding and accelerating international assessment of chemical risks
2.1.1 Activities2.1.1.1 Management-related activities2.1.1.2 Data and information2.1.1.3 International and regional cooperation and coordination2.1.2 Means of implementation2.1.2.1 Scientific and technological means2.1.2.2 Human resource development2.1.2.3 Capacity-building2.1.3 Finance and cost evaluation
2.2 Harmonization of classification and labelling of chemicals
2.2.1 Activities2.2.1.1 Management-related activities2.2.1.2 Data and information2.2.2 Means of implementation2.2.2.1 Human resource development2.2.2.2 Capacity-building2.2.3 Finance and cost evaluation
2.3 Information exchange on toxic chemicals and chemical risks
2.3.1 Activities2.3.1.1 Management-related activities2.3.1.2 Data and information2.3.1.3 International and regional cooperation and coordination2.3.2 Finance and cost evaluation
2.4 Establishment of risk reduction programmes
2.4.1 Activities2.4.1.1 Management-related activities2.4.1.2 Data and information2.4.1.3 International and regional cooperation and coordination
 
Environmentally Sound Management of Toxic ChemicalsAgenda 21:Chapter 19 and UN Commission on Sustainable Development
 
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2.4.2 Means of implementation2.4.2.1 Scientific and technological means2.4.2.2 Finance and cost evaluation
3. Stakeholder: Governments with the cooperation of relevant international organizations, agencies and programmes of the UnitedNations system
3.1 Strengthening of national capabilities and capacities for management of chemicals
3.1.1 Activities3.1.1.1 Management-related activities3.1.1.2 Data and information3.1.1.3 International and regional cooperation and coordination3.1.2 Means of implementation3.1.2.1 Scientific and technological means3.1.2.2 Human resource development3.1.2.3 Finance and cost evaluation
4. Stakeholder: Governments with the cooperation of United Nations and other relevant organizations
4.1 Prevention of illegal international traffic in toxic and dangerous products
4.1.1 Activities4.1.1.1 Management-related activities4.1.1.2 Data and information4.1.1.3 International and regional cooperation and coordination4.1.2 Enhancement of international cooperation relating to several of the programme areas
 
Environmentally Sound Management of Toxic ChemicalsAgenda 21:Chapter 19 and UN Commission on Sustainable Development
 
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1. Stakeholders: Governments
1.1
 
Implementation in developing countries1.1.1 Chemical Management
Source
 
 
Recommendation Target Group
 
Target Date
 
Reference
Has the government committed to concrete bilateral action for the strengthening of national capabilities and capacities for the management of chemicals, particularly in developing countries?GovernmentsCSD II173
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?b.) What was the impact?c.) How was it measured?2.) If not: Why not?
 
 
1.1.2 Financing technology
Source
 
 
Recommendation Target Group
 
Target Date
 
Reference
Has the government mobilized financial resources to respond to find concrete ways and means to transfer to developing countries and economies intransition appropriate technologies as regards toxic chemicals and chemical safety?GovernmentsCSD II174 and 175
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?b.) What was the impact?c.) How was it measured?2.) If not: Why not?
 
 
2. Stakeholders: Governments with the cooperation of relevant international organizations and industry
2.1 Expanding and accelerating international assessment of chemical risks
 
2.1.1 Activities
 
2.1.1.1
 
Management-related activities
 
 
Source
 
 
Recommendation Target Group
 
Target Date
 
Reference
Agenda 21Art 19.14 (a)Has the government (with the cooperation of relevant international organizations and industry) strengthened and expanded programmes on chemicalrisk assessment within the United Nations system IPCS (UNEP, ILO, WHO) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations(FAO), together with other organizations, including the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), based on an agreedapproach to data-quality assurance, application of assessment criteria, peer review and linkages to risk management activities, taking into accountthe precautionary approach?2000

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