Chemicals Program Research & Publications
- Paths to Global Chemical Safety: The 2020 Goal and Beyond (Tuncak, Ditz) (March 2013)
- Driving Innovation: How stronger laws help bring safer chemicals to market (Full version). See also [Executive Summary] [Resume en Francais] (Tuncak) (February 2013)
- High Time to Act on Nanomaterials: A Proposal for a "Nano Patch" for EU Regulation
- "Normal Operations of a Ship" under MARPOL (Orellana) (June 2012)
- Just Out of REACH: How REACH is Failing to Regulate Nanomaterials and How it Can Be Fixed (February 2012)(Azoulay) [A Japanese version is also available.]
- U.S. Law and the Stockholm POPs Convention: Analysis of Treaty Implementing Provisions in Pending Legislation (June 2011) (Ditz, Tuncak, and Wiser).
- Analysis of POPs Treaty Implementing Provisions in Senate and House TSCA Reform Bills (Wiser & Ditz) (May 2010)
- Testimony of Daryl Ditz before the U.S House of Representatives Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade and Consumer Protection, at a Hearing on “Prioritizing Chemicals for Safety Determination,” November 17, 2009.
- Addressing Nanomaterials as an Issue of Global Concern (May 2009) (Azoulay)
- Global Pressures on Chemicals Users [in Power Point format], presented at ChemSec Substitution Conference, Brussels, September 2008 (Ditz) (September 2008). Also available in PDF format.
- The States and The World: Twin Levers for Reform of U.S. Federal Law on Toxic Chemicals,” D. Ditz, Sustainable Development Law & Policy, Washington College of Law, Vol. VIII, Issue 1, Fall 2007.
- International Transport of Lead and Cadmium via Trade: an International Concern?, Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety, IFCS/FORUM-VI/03.TS  (Rosenthal and Wiser) (March 2008)
- Analysis of Possible Options to Address the Global Challenges to Reduce Risks from Releases of Mercury, United Nations Environment Programme, Mercury Programme, Ad hoc Open-Ended Working Group, U.N. Doc. UNEP(DTIE)/Hg/OEWG.1/2 (2007) (Wiser)
- Where is the Middle Ground on POPs, PIC, and LRTAP? (The Environmental Forum) (November 2006)
- Further Examination of Possible Options for Lasting and Sustainable Financial Mechanisms for Implementation of the Rotterdam Convention, Rotterdam Convention on the Prior Informed Consent Procedure for Certain Hazardous Chemicals and Pesticides in International Trade, Third Conference of the Parties, U.N. Doc. UNEP/FAO/RC/COP.3/13 (2006) (Wiser)
- A Pediatrician's Guide to US Legislation and Advocacy on POPs (American Academy of Pediatrics, October 2006) (Ditz)
- Cloudy Skies, Chance of Sun: A Forecast for U.S. Reform of Chemicals Policy (Ditz) (May 2006)
- U.S. Ratification of the Stockholm Convention: Analysis of Pending POPs Legislation (February 2006)
- International Chemicals Management: Background Paper for the 7th Global Civil Society Forum (UNEP/GCSF/3, Sept. 2005) (Wiser)
- Principles and Approaches of Sustainable Development and Chemicals Management for a Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management (SAICM) (Government of Switzerland, SAICM/PREPCOM.3/INF/4, July 2005) (Wiser & Magraw)
- Study on Possible Options for the Establishment of a Financial Mechanism for the Implementation of the Rotterdam Convention (Rotterdam Convention on the Prior Informed Consent Procedure, UNEP/FAO/RC/COP.2/10, May 2005) (Wiser)
- U.S. States and the Global POPs Treaty: Parallel Progress in the Fight Against Toxic Pollution (May 2005) (CIEL/Perry Stillerman) (3.5 MB)
- Specific Trade Obligations in the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (Bridges (ICTSD), Vol. 8, No. 7, July-Aug. 2004, at 9) (Wiser & Orellana)
- Presenting International Trading Rules and the POPs Convention
- Proceed to the Analysis of the LRTAP Protocol, the first international, legally binding instrument on POPs
- Proceed to CIEL's Issue Brief on the World Trade Organization "Supremacy Clause" in the POPs Convention
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