Sara Brosche

Science Advisor at IPEN

Sara Brosché joined the International Pollutants Elimination Network (IPEN) in 2012 after finishing a MSc in Chemistry and a PhD in Environmental Science focussing on pharmaceutical pollution and mixture ecotoxicology. IPEN is a global network of public interest NGOs in more than 120 countries working together for a world in which toxic chemicals are no longer produced or used in ways that harm human health and the environment.
In her role as Science Advisor she works on wide range of issues related to chemical safety. This includes SAICM and its emerging policy issues and issues of concern, the Stockholm Convention and its POPs Review Committee, and the Basel Convention. She is also manager of IPEN´s Global Lead Paint Elimination Campaign, which aims to end the manufacture, import, export, sale and use of lead-containing paints and similar surface coatings worldwide.

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