For cleaner air

thirty-two nations from across Europe and North America have agreed to reduce airborne emissions from three heavy metals and ban or limit 16 of the world's most dangerous chemicals. The legally-binding phase-outs were signed at a summit in Aarhus, Denmark, by environment ministers from across Europe, Central Asia and North America. The summit was sponsored by the United Nations.

Heavy metals can cause blood, liver and kidney disorders. The chemicals

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