The following plenary speakers have confirmed their participation in the up to 5 moresymposium

Up to 5 more speakers will be announced within October 1

Joakim Pagels, Lund University, Sweden: Ultrafine particles from combustion sources- emission factors, measurement and toxicological  effects

Jens Jørgen Sloth, National Food Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark: Seaweed for food and feed applications – trace element and risk assessment

Dag Ellingsen, National Institute of Occupational Health, Oslo, Norway: Trace elements in whole blood and their association with diet and iron status: Results from an indigenous population study in the Russian Arctic

Deborah Oughton, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås, Norway: Title tba

Heleen de Wit, Norwegian Institute of Water Research: Long-term change in boreal surface waters in Norway compared with lakes in Europe and North America

Trine Husøy, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Oslo, Norway: Modeling external and internal dose of chemicals in risk assessment – example of PFOA from EuroMix

Torkjel Sandanger, UiT The Arctic University of Norway: Title tba

Arja Rautio, University of Oulu, Finland: Title tba

Are Olsen, University of Bergen: Ocean CO2 uptake and acidification

Kevin Bishop, Swedish University of Acgricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden: How advances in the measurement of mercury are transforming our understanding of recovery from this global threat

István T.  Horváth, Budapest University of Technology and Economics: Definition and Metrics of Sustainable and Green Chemistry

Cynthia de Wit, Stockholm University, Sweden: An overview of organic pollutants in the Arctic

Gijsbert Dirk  Breeveld, University of Oslo, Norway, Title tba

Geir Wing Gabrielsen, Norwegian Polar Institute, Tromsø, Norway: Microplastic in the Arctic

Hans Christian Bugge, University of Oslo: Introduction to Norwegian and international environmental law related to control of chemicals