Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Non-Toxic Environment

The aim of the Non-Toxic Environment Programme is to give an overall picture of Sweden's environmental status in relation to the occurrence and impact of hazardous substances that are currently the subject of environmental policy. The programme should provide data on which to base achievement of the Non-Toxic Environment environmental objective, and for action taken to ensure that environmental impacts remain within acceptable limits. A further aim is that the programme should provide expertise in the context of international conventions and the incorporation of EU directives on environmental pollutants.

The Centre for Chemical Pesticides (CKB) at SLU is pre-eminent in Sweden when it comes to knowledge about pesticides in agriculture and forestry.

 Read more about activities under the Non-Toxic Environment Programme

Pia Larsson, coordinator:

Pia Larsson, coordinator Non-Toxic Environment Programme

“The production of hazardous substances in the world is increasing. Reducing overall exposure and minimising the risks posed by hazardous substances to human beings and the environment will require thorough knowledge of the turnover of these substances in the environment, the impact they have, and sensitive indicators used to monitor developments. Our knowledge should help to achieve the objective of a Non-Toxic Environment.” 

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Contact:

Pia Larsson
+46 (0)18 67 16 81
pia.larsson@slu.se
Biomedical Sciences and Veterinary Public Health


Publications


Knowledge Bank: Non-Toxic Environment

2013-04-18 -  Environmental toxins know no boundaries
After use on crops, pesticides have long moved freely between countries, carried by wind and water. This leakage is a major environmental problem. Attempts are being made to solve it by way of international...
2011-08-19 -  Traces of Chernobyl remain in reindeer
Several of the 51 reindeer herding districts in Sweden still have to adapt management to reduce the caesium content in reindeer. In total, this costs the Swedish society seven million Swedish crowns per...

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