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We must find a balance between the military protecting us from our enemy's at home and abroad; and protecting us from contaminated sites with DU and other breakdown products, that are human carcinogens, that they have created. I support the militaries, but the militaries need to understand that they are ...
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How many people will pass away from cancer/s (man-made-disease) this year from eating contaminated fish from underwater munitions sites in Canadian Waters?  More than 3000 sites off of Nova Scotia in 4VN, where most of our consumed fish come from contain more than 80,000 tons of conventional munitions. These are ...
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Crusade to eliminate ‘ticking time bombs’ sitting beneath world’s waters  “We all have our own battles to fight and this is mine.” These are the fighting words of Terrance Long, founder and director of the International Dialogue on Underwater Munitions (IDUM). Based in The Hague, Long’s organisation is on a ...
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Underwater Munitions Risk Assessment Panel for Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Atlanta Georgia CDC convene a panel of subject matter experts (SMEs) in a variety of disciplines related to chemical weapons safety to assess the potential risk posed by ocean dumped munitions, particularly chemical munitions, in conjunction with ...
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Our project “Towards the Monitoring of Dumped Munitions Threat” (MODUM) was approved by the NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS). This international project cooperates closely with CHEMSEA (Search and Assessment of Chemical Weapons) Project for and sharing and knowledge transfer. International Dialogue on Underwater Munitions (IDUM), with our NATO ...
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