Dr Lesley Sloss has produced reports and run workshops and conferences for the CCC for more than 20 years. Lesley’s areas of expertise include emissions and effects, ash management, mine reclamation, legislation and control, and her pet subject, mercury.
She acts as Lead on the UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme) Coal Partnership Area providing guidance to the delegations on the implementation of the new Minamata Convention on Mercury. She has helped manage full-scale demonstration projects in Russia and South Africa. Lesley acts as an expert on BSI/CEN and ISO Standards working groups. She also works through the CCC along with UNEP, the University of Oxford, US EPA, US DOE, EXPPERTS, Coaltrans and other organisations to disseminate information on clean coal internationally through workshops and conferences.
In 2013, Lesley chaired the International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant, which brought over 900 experts from 65 countries together in Edinburgh, Scotland. Lesley joined the CCC after gaining her PhD in Microbiology from the CNAA/University of London and her BSc Hons in Biochemistry from Edinburgh University.
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