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The Minamata Convention on Mercury celebrates its first anniversary

The Minamata Convention on Mercury celebrates its first anniversary19-08-2018

One year ago, on 16 August 2017, the Minamata Convention on Mercury – a global treaty to protect human health and the environment from anthropogenic emissions and releases of mercury and mercury compounds – came into force.


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The Earth is becoming a greenhouse: risk + grees4-5 de even if we cut emissions

The Earth is becoming a greenhouse: risk + grees4-5 de even if we cut emissions08-08-2018

The 2 degree Celsius threshold could be a point of no return and trigger a domino effect without control. The seas could grow up to 60 meters and many areas of the planet could become uninhabitable. The study on Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences


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NIGERIA - Shell will indemnify Niger Delta fishermen with 70 mln euro

NIGERIA - Shell will indemnify Niger Delta fishermen with 70 mln euro12-01-2015

The oil giant, Royal Dutch Shell, has agreed to pay 55 million pounds (70 million euro) to the people of Bodo, a town in southern Nigeria, for two cases of ...


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INDIA - “Clean-up” India one day as a scavenger for the Prime Minister

INDIA - “Clean-up”  India one day as a scavenger for the Prime Minister15-10-2014

The goal is to improve the sanitary conditions of the Indian people, providing bathrooms  in all schools and homes. For the activist pro-dalit Raghuvanshi, the campaign is a plus in the fight against caste system...


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EUROPE - All European capitals gather in Rome

EUROPE - All European capitals gather in Rome29-10-2014

Citizens' initiatives at the center of a meeting that  leads the first citizens of the European capitals  to Rome...


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