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Mercury Pollution Costs Billions in Lost Earning Potential in Kenya

For immediate release: Nairobi, 19th June 2017 Mercury Pollution Costs Billions in Lost Earning Potential in Kenya New analysis finds significant mercury exposures near sources named in the Minamata Convention Nairobi, 19th June 2017: Mining communities Kenya are losing more than 174 -342 billion shilling in earning potential every year due to mercury contamination, according..

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Field visit to gold mining areas with ministry of environment and mining officials

The Centre for Environment Justice and Development (CEJAD), a member of the project steering committee on Minamata Convention Mercury Initial Activities project implemented by Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources led the Ministries of Mining and Environment officials to a fact finding field visit to the gold mining areas of Lolgorian, Migori, Bondo, Vihiga and..

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