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Daniel Slunge

Project manager

Daniel Slunge
Project manager
daniel.slunge@gu.se
+46 31 786 9205
0766-229205

Postal Address: Box 170, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Aschebergsg 44 vån 3


Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development (More Information)
Box 170
405 30 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Aschebergsgatan 44 , 411 33 Göteborg

About Daniel Slunge

 Daniel Slunge, PhD, is a researcher and policy analyst at the Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development (GMV).
He combines advisory work for Sida, the World Bank, UNEP, UNDP, Swedish EPA and other organizations with research and teaching. He lectures on PhD-courses on research-policy linkages and risk analysis and masters courses on strategic environmental assessment and environmental policy instruments. He has published in peer reviewed journals on economic valuation, risk perceptions and policy instruments related to chemical management and vector borne diseases as well as strategic environmental assessments. Daniel is also leading the work on communication and policy interaction at the Centre for Future chemical Risk Assessment and Management strategies (www.FRAM.gu.se) at the University of Gothenburg.

Major publications

Framtidens kemikaliekontroll - Hantering av kombinationseffekter och gruppvis bedömning av ämnen
Christina Rudén, Thomas Backhaus, Per Bergman, Michael Faust, Linda Molander et al.
Stockholm, Nordstedts Juridik, 2019

Latest publications

Framtidens kemikaliekontroll - Hantering av kombinationseffekter och gruppvis bedömning av ämnen
Christina Rudén, Thomas Backhaus, Per Bergman, Michael Faust, Linda Molander et al.
Stockholm, Nordstedts Juridik, Report 2019
Report

Who is afraid of ticks and tick-borne diseases? Results from a cross-sectional survey in Scandinavia
Daniel Slunge, Solveig Jore, Karen Angeliki Krogfelt, Martin Tugwell Jepsen, Anders Boman
BMC Public Health, Journal article 2019
Journal article

Overview of known plastic packaging-associated chemicals and their hazards.
Ksenia J Groh, Thomas Backhaus, Bethanie Carney Almroth, Birgit Geueke, Pedro Inostroza et al.
The Science of the Total Environment, Review article 2019
Review article

Protective practices against tick bites in Denmark, Norway and Sweden: a questionnaire-based study
M. T. Jepsen, P. Jokelainen, S. Jore, Anders Boman, Daniel Slunge et al.
BMC Public Health, Journal article 2019
Journal article

Major publications

Framtidens kemikaliekontroll - Hantering av kombinationseffekter och gruppvis bedömning av ämnen
Christina Rudén, Thomas Backhaus, Per Bergman, Michael Faust, Linda Molander et al.
Stockholm, Nordstedts Juridik, 2019

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2019

Framtidens kemikaliekontroll - Hantering av kombinationseffekter och gruppvis bedömning av ämnen
Christina Rudén, Thomas Backhaus, Per Bergman, Michael Faust, Linda Molander et al.
Stockholm, Nordstedts Juridik, Report 2019
Report

Who is afraid of ticks and tick-borne diseases? Results from a cross-sectional survey in Scandinavia
Daniel Slunge, Solveig Jore, Karen Angeliki Krogfelt, Martin Tugwell Jepsen, Anders Boman
BMC Public Health, Journal article 2019
Journal article

Overview of known plastic packaging-associated chemicals and their hazards.
Ksenia J Groh, Thomas Backhaus, Bethanie Carney Almroth, Birgit Geueke, Pedro Inostroza et al.
The Science of the Total Environment, Review article 2019
Review article

Protective practices against tick bites in Denmark, Norway and Sweden: a questionnaire-based study
M. T. Jepsen, P. Jokelainen, S. Jore, Anders Boman, Daniel Slunge et al.
BMC Public Health, Journal article 2019
Journal article

2018

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