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Participants pose for a group photo at the Mercury Validation workshop in Golden Goose Deluxe Brand Sneakers Sale Nakuru 1

The Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources through the Minamata Initial Activities (MIA) a project funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) conducted a validation workshop to Belstaff Maldon Outlet verify data collected on mercury use, release and emission in Kenya at a Nakuru Hotel.

The workshop brought together parajumpers Dodie Rea stakeholders from various sectors where mercury is preferred to develop a mercury profile and action plan for its management in the country. Kenya is a signatory to the Minamata Convention on mercury and has been carrying out an inventory of mercury use, release and emissions in Kenya.

The Minamata Convention on Mercury is a global agreement to Nike Air Max 2016 Running Shoes protect human health and the environment from the adverse effects of mercury. The text of the Convention was adopted by the conference of the delegates on 10 October 2013 in Japan.

Sessions at the Mercury Validation workshop

The Minamata Convention on Mercury is named after a city in Japan where serious health damage Golden Goose Starter Soldes occurred as a result of mercury pollution in the mid-20th century. The convention aims to reduce mercury emissions from all sources, including gold mining, dental practices, chlor-alkali plants, coal combustion, medical uses as well as waste.




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