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Combatting the illegal poisoning of wildlife

… WCC-2016-Res-014-EN Combatting the illegal poisoning of wildlife MINDFUL of existing Resolutions which … from IUCN Members focusing in particular on intentional poisoning of wildlife in Africa, the poisoning of migratory birds, and the illegal use of poison …
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The SHPF toolkit - A toolkit to help you to monitor and report incidents of pesticide poisoning caused by Severely Hazardous Pesticide Formulations in your country under Article 6 of the Rotterdam Convention

… to help you to monitor and report incidents of pesticide poisoning caused by Severely Hazardous Pesticide Formulations … FormulaTionS ToolkiT ? abouT The ToolkiT PeSTicide PoiSoning rePorTing incidenTS collecTing daTa Taking acTion … FormulaTionS ToolkiT ? abouT The ToolkiT PeSTicide PoiSoning rePorTing incidenTS collecTing daTa Taking acTion …
12 Jul 2024 Document

Recycling used lead-acid batteries: health considerations (WHO)

… to the wider community (Daniell et al., 2015). Lead poisoning in the spouses and children of lead workers, caused … in many countries and have resulted in lead exposure and poisoning, with young children being particularly at risk … of used lead-acid batteries can result in severe lead poisoning in a community, which may continue even after …
12 Jul 2024 Document

A path forward to address concerns over the use of lead ammunition in hunting

… wildlife populations; ALSO RECALLING that evidence of lead poisoning from ammunition has been recorded in at least 20 countries, although there is some potential for lead poisoning to occur wherever lead ammunition is used for … agreements (MEAs), including Resolution 11.15 Preventing Poisoning of Migratory Birds adopted by the 11th Meeting of …
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Conservation measures for vultures, including banning the use of veterinary diclofenac

… RECALLING the global Guidelines to Prevent the Risk of Poisoning to Migratory Birds adopted through Resolution 11.15 … range of factors which vary geographically, including: poisoning related to human-carnivore conflict and elephant … significant threat to vulture populations in Africa is poisoning driven by human-wildlife conflict and elephant …
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Ramsar Technical Report 7: Ramsar Wetland Disease Manual

… caused by a toxin or poison, e.g. avian botulism and lead poisoning. Nutritional: Disease caused by nutritional … non-infectious. An example of an abiotic disease is lead poisoning: caused by exposure to the heavy metal lead [►Table … botulism � Harmful algal blooms � Aflatoxicosis � Lead poisoning � Trauma following hard structure collision …
12 Jul 2024 Document

Handbook of working procedures and policy guidance for the Chemical Review Committee

… recognized information on the treatment of chemical poisoning (pesticides and industrial chemicals) available at … (a) Information concerning epidemiological studies or poisoning incidents that were considered by the notifying … 2.1. General 2.1.1. Mode of action 2.1.2. Symptoms of poisoning 2.1.3. Absorption, distribution, excretion and …
12 Jul 2024 Document

ASEAN Handbook on legal cooperation to combat wildlife crime

… / killing or destroying wildlife species Hunting Poisoning, shooting, inflicting injury, harm, trapping … authorized access rights. Felling, pruning, clearing or poisoning plants, or uprooting tree stumps. Catching, … birds by all means. Destroying water quality in all forms, poisoning, using chemical substances, disposing of solid and …
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Protecting human health and the environment: A guide to the Rotterdam Convention on hazardous chemicals and pesticides

… Government verified around 1,800 victims of mercury poisoning in the region of Minamata, of whom over 400 had … of publicity for polluting rivers and lakes, killing or poisoning fish, and causing several human health scandals, … about, and sub- sequently to "map", mysterious cases of poisoning in rural areas: fevers, chest and abdominal pains, …
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Towards a Pollution Free Planet - extract from InforMEA e-learning course

… and Evaluation 2016). The world’s best-known heavy metal poisoning incident occurred with mercury in to mercury is … by women, a had been sprayed suffered acute pesticide poisoning symptoms (Tahir and Anwar 2012). 1998). Other … The best-documented case of wide-scale geogenic arsenic poisoning comes from Bangladesh, where bore holes for …
12 Jul 2024 Document in Environmental Governance