International Pollutants Elimination Network
International Pollutants Elimination Network

Founding Year: 1998

Staff: 7


A global network working for “a healthier world where people and the environment are no longer harmed by the production, use, and disposal of toxic chemicals.” Over 600 NGOs in more than 120 countries work “to strengthen global and national chemicals and waste policies, contribute to ground-breaking research, and build a global movement for a toxics-free future.”

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Leadership: Pamela Miller (Co-Chair) and Tadesse Amera (Co-Chair)

International Pollutants Elimination Network contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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