Some supporters of a new mercury treaty said they were not satisfied with the agreement.Joe DiGangi, a science adviser with advocacy group IPEN, said that while the treaty is "a first step," it is not tough enough to achieve its aim of reducing overall emissions. For example, he said, there is no requirement that each country create a national plan for how it will reduce mercury emissions.
More Than 140 Nations Adopt Treaty To Cut Mercury
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