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YEARS

2006-2009

FUNDING AMOUNT

1306180 EUR

ABSTRACT

Nanotechnology is a major growth area in research and industry. Applications of nanotechnology include advanced materials, textiles, prosthetic implants, food and drugs. Nanosizing products have many benefits. However, there is also a serious debate about t he potential hazards of nano-particles (< 100 nm), when introduced into the environment and workplace. The NANOCAP CA is set up to deepen the understanding of environmental, occupational health and safety risks and ethical aspects of nanotechnology by organising a structured discussion between NGOs, academic researchers and other stakeholders. This CA will enable environmental NGOs and trade unions to participate in a debate on nanotechnology at European level. It will improve their understanding of this new technological field, and it will give them the opportunity to formulate their positions within their actual policy context supported by scientific input, to inform their members and the general public and to discuss the issues. NANOCAP will develop re commendations to enable public authorities to address the health, safety and environmental risk issues related to the rapid introduction of nanotechnology into society. At the same time it is the goal of this CA to give industry the tools to introduce a "responsible nanotechnology", i.e. to stimulate industrial and academic performers to focus on source reduction regarding nano-particles and to make risk assessment an important dimension in their work. NANOCAP is a consortium of 5 environmental NGOs, 5 trad e unions and 5 universities that will hold a series of focused working conferences, in which a structured enhancement of stakeholder capacities is planned. The universities take care of scientific input for the conferences. NGOs and trade unions will bring in their preliminary positions after discussions with their members. A portfolio on ethical issues and a position concerning "responsible nanotechnology" will be prepared and actively disseminated. More... »

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