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Mercury and the Environment
Friday, January 20, 2012

Noelle Selin explains the biological pathways for mercury, and the positive impact the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards will have regionally - Photo: EPA
Noelle Selin explains the biological pathways for mercury, and the positive impact the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards will have regionally - Photo: EPA
To better inform local residents about the new protections included in new EPA standards issued last month, Noelle Selin joined EPA Regional Administrator Curt Spalding and other public health experts at a public availability session at the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center this week.

Look out for "The Mercury Game", a negotiation simulation designed to teach people about the role of science in international environmental policy making, both online, but also as an IAP offering co-led by grad student Rebecca Saari.

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