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Chemicals without harm : policies for a sustainable world

Author: Ken Geiser
Publisher: Cambridge, Massachusetts : The MIT Press, [2015]
Series: Urban and industrial environments.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Today, there are thousands of synthetic chemicals used to make our clothing, cosmetics, household products, electronic devices, even our children's toys. Many of these chemicals help us live longer and more comfortable lives, but some of these highly useful chemicals are also persistent, toxic, and dangerous to our health and the environment. For fifty years, the conventional approach to hazardous chemicals has  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ken Geiser
ISBN: 9780262327015 0262327015 9780262012522 0262012529 9780262512060 0262512068
OCLC Number: 995351993
Description: 1 recurso en línea
Contents: The problem with chemicals --
Chemical control policies. Regulating hazardous chemicals ; Reassessing chemical control policies --
Reframing chemical policies. Considering new initiatives ; Reframing the chemicals problem ; Understanding the chemical economy --
A chemical conversion strategy. Driving the chemical market ; Transforming the chemical industry ; Designing greener chemistry --
Safer chemical policies. Characterizing the prioritizing chemicals ; Generating chemical information ; Substituting safer chemicals ; Developing safer alternatives ; Drafting safer chemical policies --
Chemicals without harm. Reconstructing government capacity ; Solving the chemicals problem.
Series Title: Urban and industrial environments.
Responsibility: Ken Geiser.

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A proposal for a new chemicals strategy: that we work to develop safer alternatives to hazardous chemicals rather than focusing exclusively on controlling them.  Read more...

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Geiser has gathered a wealth of information and applies it to the problem at hand in an imaginative way: offering a framework for how to reorient a hazardous and resource-intensive industry toward Read more...

 
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