International Society of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety (SECOTOX)
Société internationale d'écotoxicologie et de protection de l'environnement
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1972, as a subsidiary body associated with G-XD9817 - International Academy of Environmental Safety (IAES). Now a separate organization. Registered in accordance with German law.
Bring together its members and other interested persons from all aspects of science and the general public and promote a scientific cooperation in order to evaluate the current problems of environmental quality and safety and to investigate solutions to these problems on a national, regional and world-wide basis; elaborate and publish suggestions, including the necessary data, in order to enable the regulatory agencies of various countries to make proper decisions as to evaluation the safety of chemicals, toxic and physical agents in the total environment; make recommendations to ensure environmental safety and quality on a world-wide basis; make recommendations concerning ecotoxicological education and training.
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Assembly (at least annually). Council, comprising President, Past President, First Vice-President (President-Elect), Secretary, Treasurer and at least 4 members. Regional sections (3): Asian Region; Central and Eastern European Region (CEERS-SECOTOX); Mediterranean Region.
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