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IPEN offers a wide range of expert spokespeople on topics related to chemical safety and heavy metals with experience working in international fora to address these issues. Our network of scientists and NGO leaders working in more than 100 developing countries and countries with economies in transition can help round out your story with the “on the ground” and policy experience they have gleaned within their own countries.

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IPEN in the Media

Mercury in skin whitening products

EnviroNews Nigeria

EDCs and policy

Financial Express

Plastics and infertility


EDCs in kids’ products

EnviroNews Nigeria

BPA in baby bottles

Daily Mirror (UK)

The insidious side effects of recycling plastic

Canada's National Observer

Groups propose 0.5% global fee on basic chemicals

Chemical & Engineering News

The World's Most Toxic Eggs


New Study Confirms High PFAS Blood Levels Among Firefighters

Environmental Working Group

How to say goodbye to PFAS

Chemical & Engineering News