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[Living Green] Ban Lead Paint Week. Why we need to act now

by | 25-11-2013 13:28 Comments 9 Comments recommendations 0 recommendations



Published on Oct 16, 2013

UNEP Spokesperson and Communications Director Nick Nuttall, talks on the dangers of lead in paint, especially to children, and why everyone should support the International Week of Action on Prevention of Lead Poisoning (October 20-26th 2013)

9 Comments

Prakriti Dhakal

  • says :
    Lead is really dangerous for people. I've been working with heavy metal pollution in natural streams in Honduras, especially mercury. Mercury is even more dangerous than lead and it's causing many problem in the health of many people. Regrettably, people are not aware the risk that the heavy metal have for them an even the one who are, don't want stop using it because it their own source of money.
    Posted 29-11-2014 03:07

  • says :
    Thanks :)
    Posted 25-11-2014 19:04

  • says :
    thanks to UNEP Spokesperson and Communications Director Nick Nuttall, this video very important,..
    Posted 28-01-2014 11:49

  • says :
    thank you for sharing
    Posted 31-12-2013 01:24

  • says :
    nice info
    Posted 28-12-2013 02:09

  • says :
    nice vedio, its should be broadcasted in every school esp the every art class
    Posted 15-12-2013 12:59

  • says :
    Kids tend to put things in their mouth and so, that would really affect their bodies.
    Posted 05-12-2013 18:18

  • says :
    I believe this is a major problem because lead is toxic to humans.
    Posted 05-12-2013 18:16

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