Contributing to a workshop as part of a project to develop better methods for quantification and monetisation of morbidity and environmental impacts of chemicals, and to make estimates of the social costs of these impacts of selected chemicals. The workshop contributes to an EU-financed project on “Supporting the socio-economic analysis of chemicals by allowing a better quantification and monetisation of morbidity and environmental impacts” – SACAME.
RPA's Covid-19 CO2 Emissions Savings Covid-19 has affected all of humanity in unprecedented ways. The global pandemic has driven a global economic crisis that has […]
RPA's study on the selection of risk management options for the Nickel Institute has now been published Building on its positive experiences gained in relation to the EU RMOA process, the Nickel Institute contracted RPA to undertake […]