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March 14, 2022

California Court Rules Amazon Must Protect Consumers

BERKELEY, CA—MARCH 14, 2022—The California Court of Appeals Friday ruled Amazon, the world’s largest store, must comply with consumer protection laws including warning California consumers when products sold on its marketplace contain chemicals listed by California as carcinogens or reproductive toxicants. As You Sow and other consumer advocates applauded the […]
March 10, 2022

Skin Lighteners Still Online Despite Mercury Findings

REPEAT OFFENDERS: Ebay, Amazon and Flipkart among websites selling high mercury skin lighteners, according to the Zero Mercury Working Group  271 online products tested from 17 countries: nearly half contained too much mercury  Some products had thousands of times more mercury than legal limit International coalition of NGOs* urge governments […]
November 12, 2021

ZMWG @ Minamata COP4.1

The Zero Mercury Working Group participated at the Minamata Convention COP4.1 Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic situation, it was agreed that the fourth Conference of the Parties (COP-4) would take place in two segments: a first segment (COP4.1) to be conducted online within the period of 1 to 5 November […]
September 1, 2021

Request for proposal for a study of alternatives to mercury-added products in Trinidad and Tobago

The European Environmental Bureau, in collaboration with the Zero Mercury Working Group (EEB/ZMWG), is interested in contracting with a qualified expert to assist the work in the Caribbean towards phasing out certain mercury added products as outlined in Article 4 of the Minamata Convention on Mercury. To that end, EEB/ZMWG […]
August 16, 2021

Call for tender from the European Environmental Bureau to develop a new web page

The EEB Zero Mercury campaign is making a list of skin-lightening creams containing or potentially containing toxic mercury publicly available on an online platform. The platform will provide user-friendly access to information, with simple, effective search filters and data visualisations. The platform will combine existing data collected by EEB / […]
Call for tender from the European Environmental Bureau to develop a new web page
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