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Human Health Effects of Pesticides. Occupational Medicine: State of the Art Reviews. Vol . htm 24 Mancini et al. Acute pesticide poisoning among female and male cotton growers in India. pdf 25 Data provided by Gerd Walter-Echols, FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific ( February ) 26 Dinham B, and Malik S, ‘Pesticides and human rights’, Environmental Health () : 27 Chemicals Program of the United Nations Environment Programme () op cit 28 United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation () op cit 29 Ibid 30 World Health Organisation () The impact of pesticides on health: preventing intentional and unintentional deaths from pesticide poisoning.
In severe causes poisoning may lead to death. Long term exposure has been linked with damage to kidneys, liver and the developing foetus26. WHO Classification WHO II – Moderately Hazardous27 Chemical Group Organochlorine28 Current restrictions List II for inclusion in the EU Dangerous Substances Directive29; To be considered for inclusion under the UNEP Rotterdam Convention on Prior Informed Consent Chemical (PIC)30; Banned in five countries; Use restricted in four31. Other names Bromyx, Caïman, Callisulfan, Cyclodan, Cytophos, Endocel, Insectophene, Malix, Niagara, Phaser, Rocky, Thiodan, Thiofanex, Thionex32 Dominant in cotton Argentina, Australia, Benin, Brazil, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Greece, India, Iran, Madagascar, Mali, Mozambique, Pakistan, South Africa, Sudan, Thailand, Turkey, Zimbabwe33 Also used in cotton Bangladesh, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Philippines, Spain, Thailand, USA, Uzbekistan34 Environmental Impacts Endosulfan has adverse effects on aquatic systems, and is highly toxic to fish, birds, bees and other wildlife35.
Pdf 60 USDA Foreign Agricultural Service 61 Ibid 62 Sharma D. , Proceedings of the Third International Conference of Environment and Health, Chennai, India, - December () 78 Blossom, B. pdf 25 Ibid 26 Cited in Ferrigno S. (), Organic Cotton: A practical guide to the UK market, Pesticide Action Network UK. 27 Ibid 28 Organic Exchange Update July-September ; Organic Exchange, : Sowing the seeds of change: weaving Innovation and Integrity into Organic Agriculture. htm 30 Organic Exchange, : op cit 31 Ferrigno S.
A Theory of Color Production II, Inorganic Compounds by Julius Stieglitz