Principal Investigator: Noelle Selin
Professor Selin’s research focuses on understanding of how mercury, a toxic pollutant, travels and cycles in the environment, under various policy scenarios. This research will be important for the implementation of the Minamata Convention, a global treaty to protect human health and the environment from the adverse effects of mercury. The IPL is working with Professor Selin to convene scientists and policy makers to help inform the implementation of the Minamata Convention based on scientific research.
- Drafting and editing material for public policy audiences, including public comments and memos.
- Identify policy makers within the U.S. government who may be able to participate and provide feedback on the workshop.
- Provide logistical support as needed.