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POPRC

IPEN members have participated as observers in the work of the Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) Review Committee (POPRC) since its inception. The POPRC is a subsidiary body to the Stockholm Convention established for reviewing chemicals proposed for listing in Annex A, B, and/or C.

Fourteenth meeting of the POPRC, Rome, Italy, 17 - 21 September, 2018

IPEN's Quick Guide to IPEN Views on POPRC14

IPEN's Press Release: UN expert committee pushes to prevent toxic chemical pollution in drinking water

IPEN Co-Chair, Pamela Miller (front), and IPEN Advisors participate in the POPRC.

Vilma Morales Quillama, Peru, speaks to Joe DiGangi, IPEN Senior Advisor. Photo by Earth Negotiations Bulletin. 

Thirteenth meeting of the POPRC: Rome, Italy, 17 - 20  October, 2017

IPEN's Quick Guide to IPEN Views on POPRC13

Twelth meeting of the POPRC: Rome, Italy, 19 - 23 September, 2016

IPEN Statement on PFOA Underscores Industry Duplicity

IPEN Interventions on SCCPs

IPEN's Quick Guide to IPEN Views on POPRC12

Mariann Lloyd-Smith giving intervention at POPRC12 (Photo by John Wickens)

Ninth meeting of the POPRC: Rome, Italy, 14 - 18 October, 2013

IPEN Press Release, 18 October: UN Expert Committee: Pentachlorophenol is one of the world’s worst chemicals, Agrees to incorporate climate change impacts in toxic chemical evaluation

IPEN's Quick Views on POPRC9 meeting topics.

Fifth meeting of the POPRC: Geneva, Switzerland, 12 - 16 October, 2009

IPEN Press Release, 16 October, 2009: International Expert Committee: Endosulfan requires global action, Pesticide moves closer to a global ban

Fourth meeting of the POPRC: Geneva, Switzerland, 13 - 17 October, 2008

IPEN's Quick Views on POPRC4 meeting topics.

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