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Highlights of Minamata COP3 - Day 2

MinamataCOP3 witnessed a fruitful Day-2. Active discussions on issues took place in Plenary and very interesting side events held. We are happy that our committed Parties, Collaborators and Exhibitors echo the same voice MakeMercuryHistory.

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Minamata COP3 Photo galleries

Visit the Minamata COP3 photos and videos galleries.

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Minamata COP will help you to follow in real time the negotiations of the third meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Minamata Convention on Mercury (MC COP.3).

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Please click on the navigation icon below the logo on the top left corner to view the navigation menu and access meeting documents, schedule and agenda or news.

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Please submit Conference Room Papers (CRPs) at the following address: CRP@mercuryconvention.org.


Please submit credentials to Ms. Maud Barcelo Martinez at: Maud.BarceloMartinez@un.org.


Please submit requests for statements and booking of meeting rooms to Ms. Nadya Omar at: Nadya.Omar@un.org.


Please submit nominations for COP4 Bureau and SIP Second Term to Ms. Claudia ten Have at: Claudia.tenHave@un.org.


Please submit nominations for ICC Second term to Ms. Lara Ognibene at: Lara.Ognibene@un.org.

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ENTRY INTO FORCE
The Minamata Convention enters into force on the 16 August 2017. The First Conference of the Parties will take place from 24 to 29 September 2017 in Geneva, Switzerland.

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5 countries ratify and 18 sign the Minamata Convention at 2014 Treaty event
Ministers and senior government officials from around the world renew the international community’s commitment to combat the global threat posed to human health and the environment from mercury pollution worldwide.

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New global treaty cuts mercury emissions and releases, sets up controls on products, mines and industrial plants

Japan among the first to sign Minamata Convention on Mercury.

 

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Mercury Acting Now!

The UNEP Global Mercury Partnership is acting now on the substantive areas of the Minamata Convention on Mercury. This brochure illustrates key issues and how they are being addressed by partners of the UNEP Global Mercury Partnership.

 

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Welcome to the Minamata Convention Website

The Minamata Convention for Mercury is a global treaty to protect human health and the environment from the adverse effects of mercury. The major highlights of the Minamata Convention on Mercury include a ban on new mercury mines, the phase-out of existing ones, control measures on air emissions, and the international regulation of the informal sector for artisanal and small-scale gold mining.

 

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Mercury

Mercury is a global and ubiquitous metal that, while naturally occurring, has broad uses in everyday objects and is released to the atmosphere, soil and water from a variety of sources. Controlling the anthropogenic releases throughout its lifecycle has been a key factor in shaping the obligations under the convention.

 

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Diplomatic Conference

The Conference of Plenipotentiaries on the Minamata Convention on Mercury was held in Kumamoto, Japan from 9 to 11 October, 2013. The Minamata Convention on Mercury and the Final Act of the Conference of Plenipotentiaries was adopted by Conference. The Final Act addresses, inter alia, how to promote and prepare for the early implementation of the Convention, arrangements for the interim period between the signing of the instrument and its entry into force - including arrangements for financial and technical assistance during that period – and secretariat arrangements.

 

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United Nations Convention Tackling Hazardous Mercury To Open for Signature

Long-awaited United Nations Treaty will curb use and emissions, reduce human health impacts

 

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Technical Background Report for the Global Mercury Assessment 2013

This is a joint UNEP and AMAP* report that presents the latest and comprehensive information of global mercury emissions and releases to the environment, information on atmospheric and aquatic chemistry and fate and transport of mercury. The report is a fully referenced scientific background report for the Global Mercury Assessment 2013; Sources, Emissions, Releases, and Environmental Transport.

 

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Global Mercury Assessment 2013

This report presents sources of mercury emissions to air and water. It presents estimates of anthropogenic emissions to air from various sources based on data from 2010 and estimates for releases to aquatic environment. The report also presents the latest information on atmospheric and aquatic chemistry , fate and transport. It is an overall summary report for the policy makers based on a technical background report.

 

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Minamata Convention Agreed by Nations

Global Mercury Agreement to Lift Health Threats from Lives of Millions World-Wide

 

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Mercury: Time to act
This report speaks directly to governments involved in development of the global treaty on mercury. It presents updates from the UNEP Global Mercury Assessment 2013 in short and punchy facts and figures backed by compelling graphics that provide governments and civil society with the rationale and the imperative to act on this notorious pollutant.

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