Environmental Organizations

Greenpeace International
Greenpeace International has committed itself to making worldwide environmental changes through its activities. The site offers information relating to its current and past campaign events, how to join as well as all sorts of information and links relating to environmental issues.
Website: www.greenpeace.org

United Nations Environment Program; Environmental Technology Center
The United Nations Environment Program is in place to promote and aid environmentally sound management of cities and freshwater resources. The site offers environmental education resources, current issues and how they are being combated.
Website:  www.unep.or.jp

EPIC is funded by the Canadian Plastics Industry Association and deals with all of the environmental aspects and concerns of Plastics. It often works in conjunction with government agencies in researching their reports.
Website:  www.cpia.ca/epic/default.php?&lang=EN

Environment Canada
Website:  www.ec.gc.ca

Ontario Ministry of Environment and Energy
Website:  http://www.ene.gov.on.ca/

Canadian Customs and Revenue Agency (scientific research and experimental development (IC94-1))
This paper gives an overview of R&D in the Canadian plastics industry as a whole. It gives specific information about how to assist applicants within the plastics industry.
Website:  http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/E/pub/tp/ic94-1/README.html

ScienceDirect (formerly International Digital Electronic Access Library – IDEAL)
The site contains all academic press journals, a general search for plastics will provide many relevant articles.
Website:  http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journals

The Chemport site contains many journals in which current and relevant articles related to science can be found.
Website:  www.chemport.org

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