Authors discuss emission allocation from the international shipping industry, which produces more CO2 emissions than the seventh largest emitting country.
Nine Pardee School Faculty and one undergraduate student will present during the International Studies Associations annual convention, whose theme is “Globalization, Regionalism and Nationalism: Contending Forces in World Politics.”
Professor Selin commented on how the Biden administration’s commitments under the Paris Agreement will showcase whether the U.S. will lead on climate action.
An overarching body on chemicals and waste “is a critical and necessary step toward strengthening informed policy-making for achieving the global sound management of chemicals and waste.”
There is much to be hopeful for in restoring the US’ international climate leadership, but there is still much to do in order to regain its image as a world leader in climate action.
On climate change, Biden “will have to balance that imperative against what he can actually expect to accomplish.”
“These mercury stories go beyond mercury, they are really sustainability stories.”
Professor Selin explains how U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Agreement will affect prospects for avoiding the worst effects of global warming.
Professor Selin’s latest book examines sustainability through analyzing human interactions with mercury over thousands of years.
Prof. Henrik Selin appointed the new Associate Dean for Studies at the BU Pardee School of Global Studies with responsibility for all student affairs and services, including both the graduate and undergraduate programs.
Henrik Selin was asked by BUExperts to look into the prospects of global climate change in 2020. He sees more social activism ahead.
Prof. Henrik Selin was interviewed on reducing mercury pollution in small-scale gold mining operations.
Prof. Henrik Selin published an Op-Ed examining whether the Paris Agreement on climate change can succeed without the United States.
Prof. Henrik Selin discusses whether the latest German policy package on climate change will be enough to get Germany on path to meet its 2030 goals.
Prof. Henrik Selin is working on a project on “Mercury Pollution and Human-Technical-Environmental Interactions in Artisanal Mining.”
Prof. Henrik Selin discusses the student movements across the globe in protest against the lack of measures to governments to combat climate change.
Prof. Henrik Selin gave a talk about humans’ use of mercury over a 5000-year period, and its environmental impact.
Prof. Henrik Selin co-wrote an Op-Ed examining carbon emissions from the cargo ships used in international shipping.
Prof. Henrik Selin delivered a presentation entitled “A New Conceptual Framework for Analyzing the Effectiveness of Multilateral Environmental Agreements.”
Prof. Henrik Selin co-authored a journal article exploring how mercury science can inform global policy.