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Eirik Hovland Steindal
Stilling: Forsker
Telefon: +47 402 37 190
Seksjon: Vann og samfunn
Eirik H. Steindal is a Research Scientist at the Norwegian Institute for Water Research. Steindal is a biologist by training and has been working nearly twenty years with environment and development issues. In his previous position as a Senior Adviser at the Norwegian Environment Agency he worked with environmental monitoring, coordinated the agency’s work on the Minamata Convention on mercury and acted as a deputy head of the delegation. Steindal has been Norway’s representative in the expert group on persistent organic pollutants and mercury, under the Arctic Council. Steindal has working experience from UN Environment, national and international NGOs, environmental consultancy and within research. His core research interest is within applied science, policy development and multilevel governance on chemical and waste issues, with a focus on Multilateral Environmental Agreements.

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Vitenskapelige artikler og bokkapitler

  1. Platjouw, Froukje Maria; Steindal, Eirik Hovland; Borch, Trude; (2018) From Arctic Science to International Law: The Road towards the Minamata Convention and the Role of the Arctic Council. Arctic Review on Law and Politics ISSN 1891-6252. Vol 9 s226-243 doi: 10.23865/arctic.v9.1234
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