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Close-out Report: North American Regional Action Plan on Environmental Monitoring and Assessment

This report represents the close-out report for the North American Regional Action Plan (NARAP) on Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (EMA) of the North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC). It provides an overview of the...

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Created on: December 23, 2015

North American Regional Action Plan on Lindane and other Hexachlorocyclohexane Isomers

This report summarizes the activities related to the North American Regional Action Plan (NARAP) on Lindane and Other Hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH) Isomers carried out by the Lindane Task Force under the auspices of the Commission for Environmental...

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Created on: September 1, 2013

North American Regional Action Plan for Mercury Close-Out Report

This report summarizes the activities related to the North American Regional Action Plan on Mercury from inception in 1995 until formal close-out in...

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Created on: May 10, 2013

The North American Regional Action Plan (NARAP) on Lindane and Other Hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH) Isomers

The three Parties of the CEC also recognize that lindane and other isomers of HCH meet several internationally accepted criteria for persistence, bioaccumulation factors and toxicity. While lindane is no longer produced in North America, it...

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Created on: November 30, 2006

North American Regional Action Plan on DDT

This report summarizes actions taken and progress to date in implementing the North American Regional Action Plan on DDT (NARAP on DDT). The report highlights outstanding issues and suggests a path forward for addressing these issues as the DDT Task...

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Created on: November 1, 2005

North American Regional Action Plan on Lindane

The purpose of this paper is to introduce and provide context for the issues to be addressed at the North American Lindane Task Force meeting in Anchorage Alaska in February 2004. It is not intended to be a comprehensive review of the current state...

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Created on: January 19, 2005

North American Regional Action Plan on Environmental Monitoring and Assessment

Certain persistent, toxic, and bio-accumulative substances released to the environment as a result of human activity are transported long distances through air and water and pose unacceptably high risks to the environment, to ecosystems, to human...

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Created on: September 8, 2003

North American Regional Action Plan on Environmental Monitoring and Assessment

The NARAP on environmental monitoring and assessment provides a framework for a regional-scale strategy (based on geographic/climatic regions) for monitoring and assessing persistent toxic substances in the North American...

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Created on: June 3, 2002

Questions and Answers on DDT North American Regional Action Plan

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Created on: April 26, 2001

Final Report on the Implementation of the North American Regional Action Plan on Chlordane

This report summarizes actions to be taken and progress to date in implementing the North American Regional Action Plan on Chlordane (NARAP-Chlordane). The objective of that NARAP is to reduce human and environmental exposure to this compound...

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Created on: March 1, 2001

Advice to Council 00-06 — A North American Regional Action Plan (NARAP) for Lead

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Created on: July 6, 2000

North American Regional Action Plan on Mercury

The purpose of the North American Regional Action Plan (NARAP) on Mercury is to provide the governments of Canada, Mexico and the United States with a path forward in their joint and differentiated efforts to reduce the exposure of North American...

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Created on: March 16, 2000