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Meeting the Moment

Securing the Montreal Protocol’s Legacy in this Decisive Decade for Climate Action

Read EIA’s briefing with recommendations on key issues to be discussed at the 35th Meeting of the Parties (MOP35) in Nairobi, which can shape the Montreal Protocol’s legacy in delivering emission reductions during this decisive decade for climate action.

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Mercury in Retrograde

The Dark World of Toxic Skin Lightening Products

An EIA undercover investigation obtained compelling evidence from seven companies in three countries that they intentionally add toxic mercury into skin lightening products, underlining the urgent need for the Minamata Convention on Mercury to strengthen enforcement and compliance mechanisms.

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F-Gases at the Fenceline

Exposing The Fluorochemical Production Sector’s Undisclosed Emissions

EIA investigators detected emissions of substances that pose serious concerns for human health and the environment at the fencelines of major fluorochemical production facilities in the United States.

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Seeing the Forest for the Wood

Explore case studies that underscore the risks of supporting illegal forestry practices and discover how five key principles of transparency and traceability can help investors delineate between false solutions and meaningful mitigation.

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Calculated Risk: Australia’s Exposure to Illegal Logging

Illegal logging and associated trade is a problem of global proportions, with devastating impacts on climate, biodiversity, and the livelihoods of millions of people. Forest crime has severe adverse economic and social impacts in both producing and importing countries through the loss of much-needed tax revenues. Illegal logging can only prevail as long as international […]

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Investing in the Montreal Protocol to Tackle the Climate Crisis

EIA Briefing to the 45th Open-Ended Working Group of the Montreal Protocol, 3-7 July, 2023

According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), “deep, rapid and sustained reductions” of fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-gases) alongside rapid reductions of CO2 emissions are needed if we are to have any chance of limiting warming to 1.5°C or even 2°C. Emissions of ozone-depleting substances (ODS – CFCs, halons, HCFCs) and hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) are […]