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COP5: Mercury treaty makes progress on dental mercury, falls short on ending threats from toxic waste

International Pollutants Elimination Network (IPEN) advocates from around the world at the Fifth Conference of the Parties (COP5) of the Minamata Convention on Mercury...

Minamata Convention groups conduct virtual meetings towards curbing mercury pollution

With two online meetings of expert groups under the Minamata Convention on Mercury convened recently by the Secretariat, work appears to have continued, despite...

Coalition lists pitfalls before mercury treaty

Commitments toward stronger global mercury controls are being hampered by illegal, unreported and unregulated mercury production and trade, an international NGO coalition revealed on...

Mercury-free dentistry: CPC, groups educate care consumers

The Sustainable Research & Action for Environmental Development (SRADev) Nigeria and World Alliance for Mercury Free Dentistry (WAMFD) are collaborating with the Consumer Protection...

‘Poorly ventilated dental clinics pose mercury health risk’

Dental clinics and medical schools still making use of amalgam, as well as incinerators/medical waste treatment facilities, have been identified as extremely high risk...

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Senator Abaribe leads African MPs’ climate finance demand to the G7

Parliamentarians from across Africa, led by Nigerian Senator, Enyinnaya Abaribe, has called on G7 countries to show more commitment...
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While some chemical pollutants reducing in the environment, new ones keep popping up – Study

A comprehensive global study of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) – health-endangering chemicals that stay in the environment over decades...

EU hopes Azerbaijan will achieve best results at COP29

Azerbaijan, hosting COP29 as one of the key players in the fight against global climate change, will achieve the...

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Senator Abaribe leads African MPs’ climate finance demand to the G7

Parliamentarians from across Africa, led by Nigerian Senator, Enyinnaya...

While some chemical pollutants reducing in the environment, new ones keep popping up – Study

A comprehensive global study of persistent organic pollutants (POPs)...
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