28 July - 2 August 2013
SCI's Environment, Health & Safety Group
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The International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant (ICMGP) has been held periodically since 1992 and has become the pre-eminent international forum for formal presentation and discussion of scientific advances concerning environmental mercury. The 2013 meeting in Edinburgh, Scotland, is expected to attract 700-1200 delegates.
The ICMGP in 2013 will be of particular public importance as this will be the year of the launch of the United Nations Environment Programme Global Legal Binding Treaty on Mercury. The ICMGP meeting is therefore perfectly timed to celebrate the official launch of the treaty and to discuss how to put the treaty into practice. This will be the perfect opportunity to match those looking to solve mercury-associated challenges with those who are qualified to give the most appropriate advice.
Submission for poster sessions are invited, as well as opportunities to sponsor, exhibit or volunteer. Please use the contact details below if you are interested.
Edinburgh International Conference CentreEdinburgh International Conference Centre,
Professional £500 + vat
After 1 May 2013 (early bird fees)
Professional £600 + vat
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The call for papers general sessions for ICMGP 2013 is now open. Please submit your abstract for a poster or oral presentation directly via the online submission system here. The closing date for submissions is 15 January 2013.Please note that, as in previous years, there is a charge for abstract submission. This must be paid in full in order for the abstract to be considered and is non-refundable, regardless of whether your abstract is accepted.
The conference will include plenary sessions covering the most current and relevant topics. The delegates will then move into six parallel sessions to concentrate on more specific topics.