Zero Mercury Working Group

Founding Year: 2005



Elena Lymberidi-Settimo

An international coalition created by European Environmental Bureau of more than 110 public interest environmental and health NGOs from over 55 countries working to eliminate mercury pollution through the adoption of laws to minimize:

  • global supply of mercury
  • trade in mercury
  • global demand for mercury
  • anthropogenic releases of mercury to the environment
  • human and wildlife exposure to mercury

Funding: LIFE program (EU), Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA), Swedish Society for Nature Conservation (SSNC)

Zero Mercury Working Group contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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