• February 20, 2023

UN environment agency tackles mercury-tarnished gold mining industry

“Over 100 million people rely on artisanal gold mining for their livelihoods, so it’s critical that we work with governments to equip miners with the knowledge and tools necessary to phase out mercury use,” said Ludovic Bernaudat, the programme manager of planetGOLD, an innovative effort led by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP). Funded by the…

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From The Field: “Bioprospecting”, Cambodia’s sustainable gold rush |

Cambodia, which has a wealth of medicinal plants native to the country, has a real potential to benefit from bioprospecting, but is at risk of a variety of threats, such as the overexploitation of plants, overharvesting of forest products, and climate change.] However, since 2011, the UN has been helping Cambodia, and other countries, to…

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