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Welcome to the new Global Framework on Chemicals

Here you can access the resolutions, meet the Bureau, and find information about the implementation of the Framework.

Texts and resolutions of the Fifth International Conference on Chemicals Management

Read more about The Global Framework on Chemicals - for a Planet Free of Harm from Chemicals and Waste, the Bonn Declaration - for a Planet Free of Harm from Chemicals and Waste, and Resolutions. You can also access the brochure with all text and resolutions.

 

What’s new?

Latest meetings and events of the Global Framework on Chemicals – For a Planet Free of Harm from Chemicals and Waste

 

Our vision and scope

Our vision is a planet free of harm from chemicals and waste for a safe, healthy and sustainable future. 

The scope of the Framework covers the life cycle of chemicals, including products and waste. The Framework promotes initiatives to enhance the sound management of chemicals and waste, takes due account of other chemicals and waste instruments that have been developed to date, and is flexible enough to take account of new instruments. 

The Framework is multi-stakeholder and multisectoral in nature. It encompasses the involvement of all relevant sectors, including environment, health, agriculture, and labour, and stakeholders across the life cycle of chemicals at the local, national, regional, and global levels, as well as consideration of environmental and social aspects that are critical to the sound management of chemicals and waste.

find out more

Resources
Brochure
Texts and resolutions of the Fifth International Conference on Chemicals Management
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Press release
Global framework agreed in Bonn sets targets to address harm from chemicals and waste (unep.org)
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Daily reports
Earth Negotiations Bulletin

Daily reports, highlights and images

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Editorial
Why we must fix toxic chemical pollution to safeguard our planet and health
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IISD
IISD: Fifth Meeting of the International Conference on Chemicals Management (ICCM5)