Chemicals Policy

Results from our research

Developed from the efforts of a multiyear, international project examining how persistent, bioaccumulative, and toxic chemicals are evaluated and managed, Persistent, Bioaccumulative, and Toxic (PBT) Chemicals: Technical Aspects, Policies, and Practicesby Adam D.K. Abelkop, John D. Graham, and Todd V. Royer, focuses on improving the processes that govern PBTs. 

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Working Research Group

John Graham

Dean, School of Public and Environmental Affairs

Interests: Government reform, energy and the environment, and the future of the automobile in both developed and developing countries

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Zoltán Illés

Visiting Scholar

Interests: Renewable energy sources, water management issues related to global climate change, environmental politics, governmental reforms related to environmental institutions, and urban environment (mainly waste management issues) 

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Todd V. Royer

Associate Professor

Interests: Aquatic biogeochemistry, water resources, nutrient and carbon cycling in streams and rivers, water quality and nutrient standards

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Joseph Shaw

Associate Professor

Interests: Environmental toxicology, environmental genomics, comparative physiology

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