Pressure for global binding mercury treaty rising

Calls for a legally binding global treaty to tackle mercury pollution are intensifying ahead of crucial talks on the issue at a UN meeting in Nairobi on 16 February. A group of NGOs has claimed emissions in some areas are much higher than official estimates.

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