Pesticide Action Network (PAN)
Red de Acción en Plaguicidas
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1982-05 Penang Malaysia
May 1982, Penang (Malaysia), as PAN-International, following a conference on global pesticide trade organized by IOCU ROAP, the Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific of B-XB2321 - Consumers International (CI). The international umbrella PAN - Regional Centres was incorporated in 1995: PAN UK and Pan Germany facilitate the European Region.
Persuade national governments and international agencies to develop effective pesticide policies; increase public awareness of pesticide abuse through campaigns on selected hazardous pesticides and unethical corporate marketing practices; promote alternatives to pesticide-dependent agriculture.
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A network of NGOs, institutions and individuals being coordinated regionally: E-XM7197 - Pesticide Action Network Africa (PAN Africa); E-XM7500 - PAN Asia and the Pacific (PANAP); E-XM7320 - Pesticide Action Network Europe; E-XM7491 - Red de Acción en Plaguicidas y sus Alternativas de América Latina (RAP-AL); PAN North America.
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