Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet

A Non-Toxic Environment

We provide decision support and expertise in the work towards A Non-Toxic Environment in Sweden. The data from our monitoring programmes contributes to the overall picture of the environmental status regarding hazardous substances.  We also assess the risks with hazardous substances and their effects, and support the work with Sweden's international comittments on environmental pollutants.

Anders Glynn, koordinator för program Giftfri miljö och Karin Wiberg, biträdande koordinator för program Giftfri miljö, SLU. Foto: Jenny Svennås-Gillner och Viktor Wrange.

A Non-Toxic environment programme

Do you want to get involved with us or do you have questions about our work with environmental monitoring and assessment? Contact us.

Anders Glynn, coordinator, +46-(0)18-67 20 91, +46-(0)72-538 58 62
Department of Biomedical Science and Veterinary Public Health

Karin Wiberg, assist. coordinator (to the right), +46-(0)18-67 31 15, +46-(0)70-234 15 70
Department of Aquatic Sciences and Assessment

Rollup Minamatakonventionen. Foto: Pianpian Wu, SLU.

Mercury treaty COP2 announces continuous increase in global mercury emission

Global mercury emission increased 20 percent from 2010 to 2015, according to what ad-hoc research specialists presented about preliminary findings from UN Environment's upcoming Global Mercury Assessment 2018. SLU participated in the Second Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Minamata Convention on Mercury (COP2), hosted by UN environment. 

Published: 27 June 2019 - Page editor: