The Chemical Industry and the United Nations

I used to work as a chemical engineer at the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UN-ECE), in the Enterprise Development Section of the Trade Division.

I was responsible for two projects, which are described in the UN-ECE Chemical Industry pages; but I was also in charge of all the Web pages of the Section, which I encourage you to visit.

The following links might help you better understand my work, as well as that of other UN bodies related to chemicals.

United Nations

UN Economic Commission for Europe (Geneva, Switzerland)
UN Office in Geneva (Switzerland)
Ozone secretariat (Montreal Protocol for the protection of the ozone layer - Nairobi, Kenya)
Secretariat of the Basel Convention on the export of hazardous waste (Geneva, Switzerland)
UNEP Chemical Unit (Geneva, Switzerland). Contains:
UNEP Chemicals: International Register of Potentially Toxic Chemicals (Geneva, Switzerland)
UNEP Industry and Environment (Paris, France)
IPCS - International Programme on Chemical Safety (Geneva, Switzerland)
Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety (Geneva, Switzerland)
UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (Bonn, Germany)
International Centre for Science and High Technology (ICS) (Trieste, Italy)
International Labour Organisation (ILO) (Geneva, Switzerland)
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) (Rome, Italy)
UN System

Other International Organisations

Chemical Weapons Convention (The Hague, Netherlands)
The OECD Chemicals Programme (Environmental Health and Safety) (Paris, France)
International Organisations in Geneva

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