Selin Publishes “One Earth” Article on Global Mercury Governance
Focusing on mercury discharges from the two largest sources globally, Professor Selin examines connections between major aspects of the mercury issue and the global sustainable development agenda.
Selin’s “Mercury Stories” Awarded Runner Up for ESS Sprout Award
The Sprout Award is given annually to the best book in the field of international environmental studies – one that makes a contribution to theory and interdisciplinarity, shows rigor and coherence in research and writing, and offers accessibility and practical relevance.
Selin Interviewed on Top Books on Periodic Table
Professor Selin talks through some of his favorite books about various chemical elements and explains why they’re vital to understanding the world around us.
GDP Center Hosts Mercury Stories Book Launch
“These mercury stories go beyond mercury, they are really sustainability stories.”
Selin Launches NSF Project on Mercury in Artisanal Mining
Prof. Henrik Selin is working on a project on “Mercury Pollution and Human-Technical-Environmental Interactions in Artisanal Mining.”
Selin Gives Talk on Environmental Impact of Mercury
Prof. Henrik Selin gave a talk about humans’ use of mercury over a 5000-year period, and its environmental impact.
Selin Co-Authors Article on Mercury Science and Policy
Prof. Henrik Selin co-authored a journal article exploring how mercury science can inform global policy.
Selin Speaks at University of Geneva on Minamata Convention
Prof. Henrik Selin spoke as part of a panel entitled “Science and Policy Interface: Mercury Emissions, Releases and Effects in the Environment.”