CSD 18: Women's statement on chemicals and waste
Women's statement calls for stronger, legally binding chemical and waste instruments at global level
11.06.2010 |Sascha Gabizon
Women's statement on chemicals and waste, presented by Sakeena Bonsu of Ghana on 13th of May at the UN CSD18,
Sakeena Bonsu spoke in the:
Strategies for sustainable chemicals and waste management
The statement can be found on the UN website "Women's statement calls for stronger, legally binding chemical and waste instruments at global level"
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