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The establishment of EVISA is funded by the EU through the Fifth Framework Programme (G7RT- CT- 2002- 05112).

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The Conference, which is organized by ILM Exhibitions, with support from industry partners, will feature workshops that aim to provide participants with an interactive experience for learning everything about mercury – including tackling challenging mercury issues, identifying best practices and methods, and gaining insight on the latest methods and equipment used in mercury research.

Date: 21.07.2024 - 26.07.2024
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

Stacey Lawrence – Registration
+27 (0)11 463 5085

Charne Millet-Clay – Sponsorship & Exhibition
+27 (0)11 463 5085

Charlene Tlhabane – Project Manager
+27 (0)21 422 2402
Conference web site at:   https:⁄⁄www.ilmexhibitions.com⁄mercury2022⁄

Mercury Conference sessions include:

  • Addressing global Hg challenges in a changing world
  • Analytical methods for Hg speciation to assess impacts of Climate Change
  • Atmospheric Hg cycling: Source & Emissions
  • Case studies on implementing the Minamata Convention
  • Communities, Hg and Climate Change
  • Energy/ Fossil Fuels
  • How are we doing in implementing the Minamata Convention?
  • Human Exposure and Risk Assessment of Hg
  • Mercury Emissions: Monitoring and Analysis
  • Mercury in Artisanal Gold Mining
  • Mercury in Contaminated Sites
  • Mercury in Marine Ecosystems
  • Mercury in Polar Ecosystems
  • Mercury in the Terrestrial Ecosystems
  • Mercury Regulatory and Policy Matters
  • Mercury Treatment/ Abatement
  • Predicting the Impacts of Climate Change on Hg Cycling
  • Progress in understanding Hg and human health impacts
  • Risk Assessment of Hg exposure to wildlife, birds and fish
  • The impacts of climate change on global Hg cycling


March 31,2024Early registration at reduced fee
July 12,2024Registration

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