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European Commission summarizes work on Minamata Convention
A summary of the Selin Group recent ES&T paper on the impact of Minamata Convention provisions on mercury emissions and deposition in India and China was featured on the European Commission's weekly Science for Environment Policy news alert. For their summary of our paper, click here for the pdf or here to see their archives.
Climate Change in the United States: Benefits of Global Action
Selin Group work on air quality, based on recent paper, "U.S. air quality and health benefits from avoided climate change under greenhouse gas mitigation," by Fernando Garcia-Menendez et al., was featured in EPA's report on the benefits to the U.S. of global climate actions. We projected that climate policy would avoid 57,000 deaths from poor air quality by 2100.
Global Mercury Modelling: Update of Modelling Results in the Global Mercury Assessment
Author/Contributing Expert to new update of global mercury model assessment, organized by Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme and United Nations Environment Programme.
Technical Background Report to the 2013 Global Mercury Assessment
This report by the United Nations Environment Programme and Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme cites Selin's work extensively.
Contributor, UNEP GEO Yearbook 2004/2005
Contributed to content of UNEP's annual environmental assessment 2004/2005.
Arctic Climate Impact Assessment
Noelle Selin was a contributing author to Chapter 17, "Climate Change in the Context of Multiple Stressors and Resilience," of the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment.