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WECF Publishes Article in UNEP’s Magazine

WECF stresses gender and chemicals as important cross-cutting issues for the post-2015 development agenda

20.03.2015 |



WECF’s director Sascha Gabizon and chemicals expert Alexandra Caterbow address gender inequality and hazardous chemicals in UNEP’s magazine called Our Planet. They argue that gender equality and safe chemicals use should be well integrated in the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Read the full article here (page 38-41).


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