Implications of the Minamata Convention on Mercury for informal gold mining in Sub-Saharan Africa: from global policy debates to grassroots implementation?
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KeywordsMinamata Convention on Mercury; International environmental agreement; Pollution prevention; Mercury pollution; Small-scale mining; Equity; Sustainable development;
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