- International political and economic issues of importance for the development of sustainable chemistry
- Results of studies from our project framing the area of future research by the ISC3
- Drawing up the organization of ISCnet – be part of the scene!
- The introduction of the ISC3 executives
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17 May 2017
16:30 Opening of High-Level Session: Sustainable Chemistry and the SDGs: Policy Options to Achieve the 2030 Agenda
Speakers: Barbara Hendricks (Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety, Germany), Erik Solheim (Executive Director of the UN Environment Programme, tbc), N.N. (chemical industry)
- Issues: International political and economic issues of importance for the development of sustainable chemistry
Panel discussion with stakeholders from industry, the developing world, an international policy organisation and the academic community followed by questions from the floor.
After this session, Mrs. Hendricks will hand over the official funding agreement to the Managing Director of the ISC3.
19:00 Dinner and networking
18 May 2017
9:00 Opening address by Maria Krautzberger (President of the German Environment Agency)
9:10 Mainstreaming Sustainable Chemistry: Opportunities and Challenges for ISC3
The Adisory Council's vision for the ISC3 project: James Clark (University of York, Head of the York Green Chemistry Group, Director of the Green Chemistry Network) or Yonas Chebude (University of Addis Ababa) (tbc)
Recommendations for joint international cooperation to foster sound management of chemicals and sustainable chemistry: Achim Halpaap, Head of UNEP's DTIE Chemicals and Waste Branch)
Panel discussion: Main challenges for ISC3
11:10 Sustainable Chemistry, Sustainable Development, Investment and Economics
Short presentations from the financial sector, chemical industry, NGOs
Panel discussion with the speakers and executives of chemicals manufacturing companies (Europe, North America, Latin America, East Asia)
14:00 ISCnet – Scope and Expectations
Introduction to ISCnet (N.N., member of the ISC3 team)
Four short contributions by other network-based organizations: Learnings and expectations
Stakeholder round table discussion exploring key questions and opportunities with perspectives from industry, science, developing countries and NGOs. Interactive technologies will be used to give participants the opportunity to ask questions and express their views on points made.
Conclusions by the ISC3 Managing Director.
16:00 Closing Ceremony
Launch of ISCnet
Closing remarks and farewell address (Maria Krautzberger)
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