What did the Stockholm Convention do?

The Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants is a global treaty that safeguards human health and the wider environment from harmful chemicals that persist in the environment and affects the wellbeing of humans as well as wildlife.

What the Stockholm Convention did is that it set up a system for tackling additional chemicals identified as hazardous beyond established norms. The ultimate goal of the Stockholm Convention is to facilitate a future that is free of dangerous pollutants and make the economies of the world less-reliant on toxic chemicals

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