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The Plants AG is open to all interested scientists and students. This group is led by a chair and a co-chair from different SETAC Geographic Units. Currently the chair (Gertie Arts) and co-chair (Mark Hanson) are from Europe and North America, respectively. They are supported by a member-elected Steering Committee (SC) comprised of chairs of working groups and other SC members with specific tasks. Members of the Steering Committee (limited to a maximum of 12) are evenly distributed over the three stakeholder groups (academia, government, and industry). This leadership team initiates and facilitates activities in support of the Plants AG mission. See the Plants AG SOP for more details regarding appointments and duties.

Current steering committee (2013-14)

Gertie Arts (Alterra WUR, NL) (Chair)
Mark Hanson (University of Manitoba, CA) (Co-chair)
Udo Hommen (Fraunhofer IME, DE)
Chris Wilson (University of Florida, US)

Jo Davies (Syngenta, UK)
Margit Dollinger (Bayer CropScience, DE)
Jeff Giddings (Compliance International, US)
Stefania Loutseti (Dupont De Nemour, GR)

Katja Knauer (Federal Office of Agriculture, CH)
Silvia Mohr (Federal Environment Agency, DE)
Véronique Poulsen (Agency for Food, Environment and Occupational Health, FR)

Plant Advisory Group Steering Committee

Steering Committee: From left to right, (back row) Peter Ebke (former SC member), Jo Davies, Katja Knauer, Margit Dollinger, Veronique Poulsen, and Udo Hommen; (front row) Gertie Arts, Stefania Loutset, and Silvia Mohr; (not pictured) Jeff Giddings, Mark Hanson, and Chris Wilson.

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