By National Research Council, Policy and Global Affairs, Science and Technology for Sustainability Program, Laura Holliday, John Giesy, Yonglong Lu

ISBN-10: 0309104793

ISBN-13: 9780309104791

This record summarizes a workshop --- Strengthening Science-Based Decision-Making: imposing the Stockholm conference on continual natural pollution held June 7-10, 2004, in Beijing, China. The displays and discussions summarized the following describe the kinds of clinical details essential to make trained judgements to put off the creation and use of power natural pollution (POPs) banned below the Stockholm conference, resources of knowledge; scientifically trained innovations for getting rid of POPs, parts of excellent medical suggestion, similar to transparency, peer evaluate, and disclosure of conflicts of curiosity; and knowledge facing POPs that call makers want from the clinical neighborhood, together with subsequent steps to make such technological know-how on hand and confirm its use on a continuous basis.

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Html 4. Is the information on POPs easily and quickly available? Y N Are the information and data on POPs adequate and reliable? Y N 5. What do you expect of the role and the responsibility of scientists in environmental management and policy making? Scientists should only report scientific results and leave others to make POPs management /policy decisions Scientists should report scientific results and then interpret the results for others involved in POPs management/policy decisions Scientists should work closely with managers and others to integrate scientific results in management/policy decisions Scientists should actively advocate specific POPs management policies Scientists should be responsible for making decisions about POPs management/policy decisions Other (please specify): 5.

D. D. , Western Washington University XUE Nandong Associate Professor Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, CAS WEI Jinbao Division Director, Professor Environmental Management College of China YANG Qingfeng Dr. , Ltd. YU Hongxia Professor Department of Environment, Nanjing University XIA Rose Program Officer Cte. D. Candidate Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, CAS 24 Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved. D. , Ltd. ZHANG Jianbo Associate Professor Center for Environmental Sciences of Peking University ZHAO Rongbiao Senior Engineer Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, CAS ZHANG Jianqing Associate Director Physician Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention ZHAO Rusong Professor Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, CAS ZHANG Jinliang Associate Professor Peking University Health Science center ZHENG Minghui Professor Research Center for Eco-Environmental Science, CAS ZHANG Lijun Director General Department of Pollution Control, SEPA ZHOU Hong Associate Professor Center for Registration of Chemicals ZHANG Qingfeng Professor Stockholm Convention Implementation Office of SEPA ZHU Yongguan Professor Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, CAS ZHANG Qinghua Professor Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, CAS ZHU Youfeng Professor Research Center for Eco-Environmental Science, CAS 25 Copyright © National Academy of Sciences.

Dietary exposure of dioxin and source directed measure to reduce its contamination in food (ZHUANG Zhixiong, China) 2. Where do US Decision Makers Get Scientific Advice? (LANDIS Wayne, LESTER Steven, USA) 16:30~18:30 Discussion 18:30-19:00 Panels report back to plenary: discussion JUNE 9 Plenary Session: Co-Chair: WONG Minghung, LAM Paul 8:30-9:00 The role of science in decision making (HICKEY Chris, USA) 9:00-9:30 Role of Effective Management Systems in Decision Making and Achieving Environmental Performance (KLECKA Gary, Dow Chemical, USA) 9:30-10:20 Perspectives from institutions that serve as bridges between scientists and decisionmakers 1.

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