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The Minamata Convention on Mercury: What It Does and Does Not Mean for the United States

August 2014

ABA Natural Resources & Environment

The Minamata Convention on Mercury is a landmark in environmental treaty-making, not only because it is the first major new international environmental agreement the United States has joined in over a decade, but because of its unique and comprehensive focus on a single pollutant.

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