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Presentations

Copies of platform presentations delivered at scientific symposia or other technical meetings (from 2016 onwards).

Santillo CIL High Seas Governance Conference Singapore April 2017Tackling the rising tide of marine plastic pollution in coastal waters and on the high seas: what are the options?  Invited presentation to the Centre for International Law/National University of Singapore Conference on High Seas Governance: Gaps and Challenges, Singapore, 24-25th April 2017

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LC-SG 40-8 GreenpeaceMicroplastics as contaminants in seafood species: relevance to the monitoring and assessment of dredged material and sewage sludge and to the urgency of source control measures.  Presentation of paper LC/SG 40/8 to the 40th Meeting of the Scientific Groups to the London Convention & Protocol, IMO, London, 29th March 2017

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santillo drivers & research needs 200217Drivers of chemicals in the environment and research needs: A civil society perspective.  Invited presentation to NERC/DEFRA Chemicals in the Environment
scoping workshop, London, 20th February 2017

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HSAC chemical mixtures June 2016Combination effects of chemicals: some initial perspectives from an environmental NGO. Invited presentation to the UK Hazardous Substances Advisory Committee, London, 14th June 2016

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HCF 2016 Panel 2 M WangPerfluorinated Chemicals Regulation at a Global Scale – Which, When, Why & How?
– From a civil society’s perspective of view. Invited presentation to the 2016 meeting of the Helsinki Chemicals Forum, Helsinki, 26 May 2016

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SETAC 2016 PPP panelTendency towards higher complexity in environmental risk assessment of Plant Protection Products: to accept or to avoid?  Key messages from an NGO perspective. Invited presentation and panel discussion at SETAC Europe 26th Annual Meeting, Nantes, 22-26 May 2016

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RSC geoengineering March 2016Climate engineering – how could it be regulated? Invited presentation at “Geoengineering the Climate”, Royal Society of Chemistry, March 2016

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