• Panel Discussion Announced to Evaluate the Effectiveness of the Global Mercury Treaty

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Panel Discussion Announced to Evaluate the Effectiveness of the Global Mercury Treaty

May 25 2013

David Evers, Ph.D., executive director of Biodiversity Research Institute (UK) and a member of UNEP’s Mercury Air Transport and Fate Research Partnership Group will co-moderate a panel discussion between scientists and policymakers on the need to create a global mercury monitoring network that can evaluate the effectiveness of the mercury treaty. Biodiversity Research Institute (BRI), a specialist research institute studying the exposure and effects of mercury on wildlife in habitats around the world, has compiled a Global Biotic Mercury Synthesis Database and is working with international collaborators on a Global Mercury Observation System. To learn more about BRI’s international efforts to develop plans for an effective global mercury monitoring network, visit Stand #35.


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