Update on the format of the Minamata Convention COP4

Update on the format of the Minamata Convention COP4

On 27 May, the Secretariat of the Minamata Convention participated in a Chemicals and Waste briefing organized within the framework of the Geneva Environment Network (GEN). The online event offered an overview on key activities and important conferences, including the online and in-person segments of COP-4, and the Secretariat's efforts for effective online sessions and enhanced connectivity.

Register Now! Webinar on "Introduction to the new website"

Register Now! Webinar on "Introduction to the new website"


Marking the fourth anniversary of the Minamata Convention on Mercury, the Secretariat is launching a new website. The site provides a revamped design that features data-driven information for enhanced user experience and accessibility. This milestone contributes to strengthening knowledge management in the run-up of the COP-4.
Bahrain brings to 132 the number of parties to the Minamata Convention

Bahrain brings to 132 the number of parties to the Minamata Convention


On 6 July 2021, Bahrain deposited its instrument of ratification, thereby becoming the 132nd Party to the Minamata Convention.

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