Nordic Proposal on the Phasing Out of Hazardous Chemicals Within One Generation; Submitted by Denmark
U.S. State Department
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"Based on the serious findings of hazardous substances in many parts of the Arctic marine environment it is suggested to copy the proactive and progressive initiatives in other parts of the world in order to co-operate with other regions in their endeavour to safeguard the marine environment and the Arctic in particular".
Joint Nordic proposal on the phasing out of hazardous chemicals, initially presented at the PAME Working Group meeting held in Iceland, 1-4 November, 1999.
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