Blog » Opening the black box: Local insights into the formal and informal global mercury trade revealed
The aim of the study is to support the National Action Plans (NAP) developed by Guyana & Suriname, Bolivia, Philippines, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya and Burkina Faso. that are currently developed for the Minamata Convention. The gained insights into the informal mercury trade may enhance the governance in the phasing out of mercury in the ASGM sector. Furthermore, we aim to raise awareness in the global community about the role and influence of the informal mercury trade on ASGM.
|Title (English)||Opening the black box: Local insights into the formal and informal global mercury trade revealed|
|Organization||IUCN - National Commitee of the Netherlands|
|Keywords English||Bolivia, mining|
|Palabras clave Español||Bolivia, minería|
|Palavras-chave Português||Bolivia, mineração|
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