BioMalgorzata holds PhD in Environmental Engineering and Executive Certificate in Environmental Governance, allowing her to adopt a critical and professional approach towards interdisciplinary challenges in the environmental domain. Malgorzata started her career as the Environmental Researcher at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, working for a scientific project focused on developing and applying bio-engineering solutions to the heavy-metal contaminated sites. For the past four years, Malgorzata has been working with the United Nations, where she provides technical assistance to the governments in Africa, Latin America and Asia, in their efforts to reduce mercury use in artisanal gold mining sector.
Resource Library Contributions
Kenneth Davis, Malgorzata Stylo
Publication Year: 1969
Excerpt from the 2020 State of the Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Sector Focus Area: Make Production Sustainable and Eliminate Mercury Case Study: Improving National Estimates of Mercury Use in ASGM Artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) is increasingly recognized as an opportunity to alleviate poverty, provide rur...