Multimedia Gallery

Videos

Training

Videos produced by UNEP/DTIE and VU University through the support of Global Environment Facility

A laboratory guide to PFC analysis

Videos produced by the UK Pesticides Action Network (UK PAN)

English

Growing Coffee without Endosulfan: Video Nº1: Using cultural controls

Growing Coffee without Endosulfan: Video Nº2 - Use of biopesticides based on the fungus Beauveria bassiana

Growing Coffee without Endosulfan: Video Nº3 - Using traps

Growing Coffee without Endosulfan: Video Nº4 - Monitoring and decision making

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Cultivando Café sin Endosulfán: Video Nº1 - Uso de controles culturales

Cultivando Café sin Endosulfán: Video Nº2 - Uso de bioplaguicidas basados en el hongo Beauveria bassiana

Cultivando Café sin Endosulfán: Video Nº3 - Uso de trampas

Cultivando Café sin Endosulfán: Video Nº4 - Monitoreo y toma de decisiones

Introductory

Videos produced by the International POPs Elimination Network (IPEN)

IPEN video on POPs (chinese)

Note: The number of Parties to the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants has changed since the time of production. As at 28 September 2010, there are 172 Parties to the Stockholm Convention.

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IPEN video on POPs (english)

Note: The number of Parties to the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants has changed since the time of production. As at 28 September 2010, there are 172 Parties to the Stockholm Convention.

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IPEN video on POPs (spanish)

Note: The number of Parties to the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants has changed since the time of production. As at 28 September 2010, there are 172 Parties to the Stockholm Convention.

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IPEN video on POPs (french)

Note: The number of Parties to the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants has changed since the time of production. As at 28 September 2010, there are 172 Parties to the Stockholm Convention.

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IPEN video on POPs (russian)

Note: The number of Parties to the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants has changed since the time of production. As at 28 September 2010, there are 172 Parties to the Stockholm Convention.

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Other

Trailer “Mission: Planet De-Tox” by the Global Environment Facility

Student POPs videos produced by the Austrian Environment Agency and 5Colours/1World

Stop the POPs – an overview on POPs listed in the Stockholm Convention

You, Me, DDT – The great grandson of the inventor of DDT takes a journey to the Austrian Alps to learn about the ‘Toxic 22’

Make Love….not Plastic – Marine debris and POPs mixed with love

Interview

Geneva, 19 October 2009 – Interview of Ms. Fatoumata Keita Ouane, Senior Scientific Officer, with World Radio Switzerland (WRS) on the work of the Secretariat of the Stockholm Convention and implications of climate change on human and environmental exposure to Persistent Organic Pollutants.

Interview of Ms. Fatoumata Keita Ouane, Senior Scientific Officer, with World Radio Switzerland (WRS) on 20 October 2009

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Source: World Radio Switzerland

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These information products and productions were developed and contributed by stakeholder groups involved in the activities related to the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants. The contents therefore do not necessarily reflect the decisions, views or policies of the Secretariat of the Stockholm Convention, the United Nations Environment Programme or the United Nations.