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October 2005

Less Mercury, More Gold, and Better Health


August 2005


Programme for the 2005 GMP Global Task Force Meeting, Salvador, Brazil, September 26-28, 2005

Next phase of the GMP
By Marcello M. Veiga

Pilot Project for the Reduction of Mercury Contamination Resulting From Artisanal Gold Mining Fields in the Manica District of Mozambique - Final report.


July 2005

New documents available from Tanzania

June 2005

New documents available from Brazil and Indonesia

Sociological Reports from Brazil, Indonesia, Lao, Sudan, Tanzania and Zimbabwe

Retorts: Many options and many barriers - searching for sustainable solutions

April 2005


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To receive the CD-ROM, please contact Svitlana Adler: S.Adler@unido.org


New document: Protocols for Environmental and Health Assessment of Mercury Released by Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Miners (2004).

Visit the web site about GMP activities in Brazil - in Portuguese.

Summary report: Technical and socioeconomic profiles of Global Mercury Project sites.




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