Slunge, Daniel

Daniel Slunge, PhD, is a researcher and policy analyst at the Gothenburg Centre for Environment and Sustainability (GMV).
He combines advisory work for Sida, the World Bank, UNDP, Swedish EPA and other organizations with research and teaching. He lectures on a masters course on strategic environmental assessment and PhD-courses on research-policy linkages. Daniel is also a lecturer and mentor in an International Training Programme on Strategic Environmental Assessment for program officers from developing countries. He has published in peer reviewed journals on strategic environmental assessments, environmental fiscal reform, economic valuation and chemicals policy.

Daniel has more than 20 years of professional experience from working with environment and development issues within the private and the public sector as well as with civil society organizations and within academia.

Main research interests

Institutions and strategic environmental assessments, environmental fiscal reforms, REDD, environmental capacity development and environmental economic policy instruments for chemicals management



People | 23 November 2010