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Green Talks LIVE

 

The OECD Green Talks Live webinar series brings world experts together on pressing environmental issues for a global audience. These free webinars are open to the general public and participants are welcome to pose questions during the Q&A segment. Video recordings of our Green Talks are made available online afterwards.

Register for an upcoming webinar or watch the video recordings of our past webinars below.

REGISTER TO THE Green Talks LIVE | eChemPortal: the Global Portal to Information on Chemical Substances (16 SEPTEMBER)

GTL eChem Portal


Countries, industries, academics, international organisations and the general public from all over the world access to information on chemicals using the OECD eChemPortal. With over 4 million searches in 2019, eChemPortal provides free easy access to existing information of regulatory relevance on chemicals by linking directly to collections of information prepared for government and international organisation chemical programmes at national, regional, and international levels.

Thereby, eChemPortal is supporting the work dedicated to protecting human health and the environment by promoting chemical safety worldwide. In addition, eChemPortal expands the ability of governments and industry to efficiently access information in order to share the burden of work, ensure resource efficiencies, and, subsequently, reduce animal testing.

On 16 September, Gerlinde Knetch (Germany) and Jake Sanderson (Canada) will discuss how eChemPortal is useful in improving chemical safety in their country.

Duration: 1 hour (Presentation of 20-30 minutes followed by Q&A)

Where: The convenience of your computer

To register for the online webinar:

1. Go to the online registration.

2. Click on "Register" and enter the requested information. There is no password required for registration.

3. Click "Submit".

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