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How Citizen Science can tackle pollution

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The latest EU-Citizen.Science joint newsletter is out!

This newsletter is dedicated to anyone interested or involved in citizen science. It is sharing current citizen science updates and news on some of the new EU-funded projects about citizen science that are currently taking place in Europe.

In this edition, we focused on pollution, and how European citizen science projects tackle this global issue

Dr Gary Fuller, air pollution scientist at King's College London, writer for the Guardian and author of the book The Invisible Killer: The Rising Global Threat of Air Pollution - and How We Can Fight Back, shares his definition of pollution and his insights on the importance of the role that citizens can play in the fight against pollution.

Then, you will be taken on a tour around Europe by reading about several projects having each their own approach to engage citizens against different kinds of pollution.

Finally, you'll be able to get the latest news of our sister projects ACTION, CitieS-Health, D-NOSES and MICS, with which we share forces to present you the most recent updates in the European citizen science landscape.


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