Collaboration for new European workshop initiated
A new collaboration between FRAM and the Swedish centre for chemical substitution has been initiated, aiming for a European workshop on alternative assessment and socio-economic analysis in Gothenburg in September.
The FRAM researchers Jessica Coria and Daniel Slunge recently visited the new Swedish centre for chemical substitution in Borås. The purpose was to explore ideas for collaboration and to plan for a European workshop on alternative assessment and socio-economic analysis in Gothenburg in September, as part of the work in the Network of REACH SEA and Analysis of Alternatives practitioners (NeRSAP).
FRAM is looking forward to continue this collaboration and we will publish more information about the workshop in the near future. Stay tuned!
From left: Daniel Slunge, Lina Gunnarsson-Kearney, Gudrun Bremle, Jessica Coria and Tonie Wickman.