Global Business Briefing – December 2015/January 2016
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Top articles from this month's issue
- Cefic reacts to the European Court of Justice's ruling on the Echa transparency lawsuit
- we report, from our recent enforcement summit in Brussels, on the US EPA's 'next generation' enforcement work
- Executive director of the ZDHC group of apparel and retail brands gives insight into the next phase of its work towards the groups 2020 goal of achieving zero discharge of hazardous chemicals
- in this month's green chemistry column, Joel Tickner, associate professor at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, tells us about how the GC3 plans to scale up green chemistry in the coming years
- in our guest column this month, Leonardo Trasande, associate professor of the NYU School of Medicine, says it is time embrace the strong scientific evidence on endocrine disrupting chemicals and pursue policy action
Contents of this month's briefing
- Court confirms companies’ right to confidentiality
- A RoHS approach in REACH?
- GHS: are we any closer to true harmonisation?
- Testing and assessing EDCs: a global view
- NGO Platform: electronics 'hazardous from inception'
- Guest column – Leonardo Trasande on EDCs
- In the news
- US EPA's 'next generation' enforcement
- The evolution of the ZDHC
- Building an agenda to scale up green chemistry
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