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One of the objectives of the 15th International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant is to share knowledge and continue to have stimulating discussions to push forward the field of mercury science. Another element of this conference is to promote better understanding and effective management of mercury releases and emissions to decrease human and wildlife exposure.

Date: 11.07.2021 - 16.07.2021
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: CTICC (Cape Town International Convention Centre), Cape Town, South Africa
Contact: info@mercury2021.com or call us on +44(0)1727 858840
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www.mercury2021.com⁄index⁄


Conference sessions include:

  • Addressing global Hg challenges in a changing world
  • Analytical methods for Hg speciation to assess impacts of Climate Change
  • Atmospheric Hg cycling: Source & Emissions
  • Case studies on implementing the Minamata Convention
  • Communities, Hg and Climate Change
  • Energy/ Fossil Fuels
  • How are we doing in implementing the Minamata Convention?
  • Human Exposure and Risk Assessment of Hg
  • Mercury Emissions: Monitoring and Analysis
  • Mercury in Artisanal Gold Mining
  • Mercury in Contaminated Sites
  • Mercury in Marine Ecosystems
  • Mercury in Polar Ecosystems
  • Mercury in the Terrestrial Ecosystems
  • Mercury Regulatory and Policy Matters
  • Mercury Treatment/ Abatement
  • Predicting the Impacts of Climate Change on Hg Cycling
  • Progress in understanding Hg and human health impacts
  • Risk Assessment of Hg exposure to wildlife, birds and fish
  • The impacts of climate change on global Hg cycling









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