How Climate Change Affects Mercury: An Interview with Qingru Wu
With over a decade of research experience, Qingru Wu is an Assistant Professor at the School of Environment at Tsinghua University in Beijing. At this year’s International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant (ICMGP), which will be held virtually from 24th to 29th July and for which registration is now open, Wu will host a technical session on the potential effects of climate change on the progress of the Minamata Convention. Recently, EnvirotechOnline reporter Graham Meller sat down with Qingru Wu to discuss the role of ICMGP in her research and the contradictory effects that the climate crisis is having on mercury pollution.
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Professor Qingru Wu (Tsinghua University, Beijing)
Currently, Qingru Wu serves as an Assistant Professor in the School of Environment at Tsinghua University.
Graham Meller (Buttonwood Marketing Ltd.)
Since 2003, Graham Meller has served as Managing Director of Buttonwood Marketing Ltd., a communications agency specialising in the scientific and environmental sectors.
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