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CHAPTER - 7

J. CONTACT ORGANIZATIONS



World Business Council for Sustainable Development(WBCSD)

The Council's current work programme includes the examination of policy and development of projects, with the focus on eco-efficiency and technology cooperation 160 route de Florissant, CH-1231 Conches, Geneva, Switzerland. Fax (41-22)839 3131

PReventative Environmental Protection AppRoaches in Europe ( PREPARE)
The PREPARE Secretariat follows the activities of this European working group on international industrial research and development on cleaner processes and cleaner product systems
PREPARE- Secretariat, TME, Grote Markstraat, 24,25 11 BJ The Hague, The Netherlands Tel (31 70)363 4422 Fax (31 70) 362 3469. Email tria@knoware.nl

Central European Environmental Data Request Facility (CEDAR)

International Society for Environmental Protection CEDAR Provides the environmental and scientific community in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) with state-of-the-art access to environmental informatin located throughout the world.

Marxergasse 3/20, A-1030, Vienna, Austria Tel (43 1)715 5879 Fax. (32 1) 715 2829

The Centre for Environmental Management and Planning (CEMP)
Undertakes research, training, consultancy and the provision of environmental information services on many aspects of environmental management and impact assessment
CEMP, AURIS Environmental Division, 23 St Machar Drive, Old Aberdeen AB21RY, Scotland, United Kingdom. Tel (44 274) 272483, Fax (44274)487658.

Environmental Impact Assessment Centre (EIA Centre)
The Centre's functions are to undertake research and other studies relating to EIA, to undertake, and assist others in undertaking, EIA educational and training programmes, tprovide advice to those engaged in implementing EIA. Centre, Department of Town and Country Planning, University of Manchester, Manchester M 13 9PL

The Global Environmental Technology -Network (GETNET)

GETINET 'is a network established by the World Health Organisation (WHO). The activities of the network include information exchange, development of training activities. research promotion, interesectoral cooperation

Environmental Technology Division of Environmental Health, World Health Organization, 1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland Tel (41-22) 791 3754 Fax (41-22) 791 0746

International Association for Impact Assesment (IAIA)

IAIA Executive Office, PO Box 70, Bellhaven, NC27810, USA. Tel (I 919) 964-2338, Fax ( 1 919) 964 221 1

International Network for Environmental Management (INEM)

INEM is a global federation of non profit national and regional industry assocaitions which promote and foster environmental management and sustainable development INEM activities include collection and dissemination of information and facilitation of technical exchange.
INEM Main Secretariat, BahnhofstraBe 36, D-22880 Wedel (Holstein), Federal Republic of Germany. Tel.(49) 4103 84019, Fax (49) 4103 13699.

International Register of Potentially Toxic Chemicals (UNEP-IRPTC)

IRPTC is an international clearinghouse for scientific, technical and regulatory information for assessment and control of chemical hazards.
The Director, UNEP-IRPTC, Palais des Nations, 1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland Tel.(41-22) 979 9183 (Fax(41-22) 987 3460

Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)

OECD is active in environment economics, management and research, and has many publications. It has a programme on technology and the environment that focuses on the promotion of cleaner technology.

OECD, 2 rue Andre Pascal, F-75775 Paris, Cedex 16, France Tel.(33-1) 45 24 82 00, Fax (33-1) 45 24 85 00)

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