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Oct 2005
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Citizen's Guide to the implementation of the Stockholm Convention
Fernando Bejarano González,
Antecedents of the Stockholm Convention: the international struggle againstPersistent Organic Pollutants + Effects from POPs on health and the environment + Government commitments in the Stockholm Convention + The National Implementation Plan of the Stockholm Convention, and CitizenParticipation + Citizen rights and demands
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The National Implementation Plan for Implementation of the Stockholm Convention in the Czech Republic
ANNEX 2,
EVALUATION OF THE POPS ISSUE IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC Assessment of chemicals pursuant to the Annex A, Part I (POPs pesticides): historical, current and planned production, use, import and export; Existing policy and regulatory framework
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Stockholm Convention
Fact Sheet 001
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Stockholm Convention
Fact Sheet 002
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Fact Sheet 003
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Fact Sheet 005
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Stockholm Convention
What is the Stockholm Convention? 
The Stockholm Convention on persistent organic pollutants (pops) is a global treaty to protect human health and the environment from highly dangerous, long‐lasting chemicals by restricting and ultimately eliminating their production, use, trade, release and storage.
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Stockholm Convention
The 9 New POP's,
Factsheet out lining the 9 new POP's recognized by the Convention
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Stockholm Convention
Ridding the World of POP's,
A guide to the Stockholm Convention on persistent organic pollutants
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