International Union of Air Pollution Prevention and Environmental Protection Associations (IUAPPA)
Union internationale des associations pour la prévention de la pollution de l'air et la protection de l'environnement (UIAPPA)
1964-06 Washington DC USA
Jun 1964, Washington DC (USA), as International Union of Air Pollution Prevention Associations -- Union internationale des associations de prévention de la pollution atmosphérique, at a meeting of representatives of 6 national air pollution associations, the constitution then drafted being subsequently ratified by member associations, 8 Jan 1965. Previous statute: agreed at a meeting of International Council, 19 May 1977, Tokyo (Japan); adopted, together with bye-laws, 23 Sep 1978. Statute and bye-laws amended: 24 Oct 1980; 28 Aug 1986; 14 Sep 1989; 3 Sep 1992. Current statute agreed by International Board, 15 Aug 2000. Permanent Secretariat established 1 Jan 1978, Brighton (UK). Present name adopted 1993.
Promote progress in prevention and control of air pollution, protection of the environment and adoption of sustainable development.
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