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Environmentally friendly weapon against locusts proves effective
FAO News Room (28 June 2005) [ more... ]

Over 30 000 tonnes of toxic pesticide waste in Latin America
FAO News Room (Audio, 30 May 2005) [ more... ]

Children face higher risks from pesticide poisoning
FAO News Room (05 October 2004) [ more... ]

FAO warns of pesticide waste time bomb in poor countries
FAO News Room (9 September 2004) [ more... ]

Stockpiles of obsolete pesticides in Africa higher than expected
FAO News Room (18 September 2002) [ more... ]

Obsolete pesticides threaten communities in Ethiopia
FAO News Room (9 May 2001) [ more... ]

The ticking time bomb: toxic pesticide waste dumps
FAO News Room (9 May 2001) [ more... ]

Ethiopia says pesticide dumps are "time bomb"
Reuters News Service (19 April 2001) [ more... ]

USAID helps clean up pesticides in Ethiopia
FAO News Room (23 June 1999) [ more... ]

Cleaning up the pesticides nobody wants
FAO News Room (24 May 1999) [ more... ]

Agro-chemical industry to pay some of clean-up costs for obsolete pesticides in developing countries
FAO News Room (11 March 1998) [ more... ]

FAO: Problem of Obsolete Pesticide Stocks Deserves Greater Attention by Donor Countries and Industry
FAO News Room (4 March 1998) [ more... ]

Dangerous Pesticide Stocks Removed from Zambia and the Seychelles - Large Stocks Continue to Threaten Health and Environment, FAO Says
FAO News Room (24 July 1997) [ more... ]

Pesticide clean-ups could cost $500 million
FAO News Room (8 June 1996) [ more... ]

FAO: Huge Stocks of Obsolete Pesticides Threaten the Environment and Public Health in Developing Countries
FAO News Room (5 June 1996) [ more... ]