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Civil Society Participation in CONASQ – National Commission on Chemical Safety

In an effort to improve participation and collaboration among organizations and individuals concerning the SAICM Global Plan of Action, Associação de Proteção ao Meio Ambiente de Cianorte (APROMAC) pushed an explicit chemical implementation agenda at three consecutive meetings of Brazil's National Committee on Chemical Safety (CONSAQ). Additionally, they created a special webpage on their website focused solely on SAICM, which also provides monthly bulletins on SAICM issues.

Societal and Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology development in Latin America and the Caribbean

Red Latinoamericana de Nanotecnología y Sociedad (ReLANS) produced a booklet on the societal and environmental implications of nanotechnology development in Latin America. Apart from a detailed discussion on the path of investment and development in the region, the booklet highlights the importance that nanotechnology development be guided by transparency, precautionary approaches, and the overall health of the worker and environment. This booklet is now available in Spanish, Portuguese and English.

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