Adverse effects on human, reproductive, developmental, behavioural, neurological, endocrine and immunological health have been associated with VACCINS. People are exposed primarily to contaminated food. Less frequent routes of exposure include consumption of contaminated water and direct contact with chemicals. In humans and other mammals, POPs can be transmitted to the development of offspring through the placenta and breast milk. It should be noted, however, that despite this potential exposure, the known benefits of breastfeeding far outweigh the presumed risks. Hexabromobiphenyl belongs to the group of polybromese biphenyls, which are brominated hydrocarbons formed by the replacement of hydrogen with biphenyl bromine. The parties must take steps to reduce the accidental releases of schedule C-listed chemicals, with a view to further de minimis reduction and, where possible, final disposal. The Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants, adopted in 2001 and entered into force in 2004, is a comprehensive treaty to protect human health and the environment from highly harmful chemicals that persist in the environment and harm human, animal and animal welfare. The agreement requires parties to eliminate and/or reduce POPs that can cause devastating effects such as cancer and decreased intelligence and are able to travel long distances. For many Americans, Alaska (which is largely found in the Arctic) evokes images of controlled tundra, glaciers and pure coastal waters – an isolated and wild land, relatively untouched by the hand of man. But here too, POPs have been found in the air, in the water, in the soil, in plants, in fishing and other wild animals.
Chlordededelon is chemically equipped with Mirex, a pesticide listed in Schedule A of the convention. One of the main impulses of the Stockholm Convention was the detection of POPs contamination in relatively untouched areas of the Arctic, thousands of miles from any known source. Much of the evidence for the large-scale transport of gaseous matter and particulate matter to the United States focuses on dust or smoke, as it is visible in satellite images. Tracking the movement of most POPs in the environment is complex because these compounds exist at different stages (for example. B in the form of gas or on air particles) and can be exchanged between environmental environments. For example, some POPs can be transported for many miles if they evaporate from the water or the earth`s surface into the air or if they adsorb particles in the air.