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THE TEN MOST POLLUTED PLACES OF 2007

12.09.2007

 

Zurich, Switzerland – September 12, 2007 – The US-based Blacksmith Institute, an independent environmental organization, in cooperation with Green Cross Switzerland presents a list of the ten most polluted places in the world. These ten sites are located in seven countries. More than 12 million people are affected by the pollution.

 

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05.04.2007

 

Martin Bäumle neu im Stiftungsrat (Word .rtf)

 

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Environmental Reports

 

Since 2007, the yearly environmental toxin reports published by Green Cross Switzerland and the Blacksmith Institute have been instrumental in increasing public understanding of the health impacts of toxic pollutants and their sources.

 

The Environmental Toxin Report 2012 describes known environmental toxins and points to their industrial applications and most frequent health effects. In addition, the Report identifies the ten most important sources of environmental toxins and quantifies, for the first time, the global scale of health damage due to toxic substances. It also shows that the health impacts of industrial pollutants measured are roughly equal to those of the three major global infectious diseases AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.

 

The Environmental Toxin Report 2011 is based on the estimated number of people affected by the sources of pollution, as well as the number of locations, identified worldwide, where environmental toxins occur in concentrations that are detrimental to health. Reports on the ten most dangerous sources of environmental toxins and the worst pollution problems were issued in the years 2008 and 2010. The environmental report published in 2009 contains case studies concerning successful remediation projects.

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