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The Environment and Natural Resources Committee in Chile Approves a Project That Recognizes Odour as a Pollutant

On October 26, 2018, the Chilean House of Representatives approved a legislative proposal for including odours as a contaminating agent within the environmental framework law. The proposal was presented by half a dozen legislators in 2015. Passing the proposal on modification of an environmental bill to expressly treat odour as a pollutant is the first […]

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Science in the Parliament

Rosa Arias Participates in “Science in the Parliament” #CienciaenelParlamento Event at the Spanish Parliament in Madrid

Rosa Arias, D-NOSES Project Coordinator, will be participating as a Scientific Advisor in the “Science in the Parliament” #CienciaenelParlamento programme at the Spanish Parliament in Madrid on the 6th and 7th November. #CienciaenelParlamento is an independent citizen initiative that aims to make science and scientific knowledge one of the sources of information in the formulation of political […]

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D-NOSES at the XIX National Poultry Congress in Colombia

Cyntia Izquierdo from the International Environmental Association of Odour Managers (AMIGO), D-NOSES consortium partner, led a 1-day course on the basic odour theory and odour mapping, including the D-NOSES project activities, for the Colombian National Association of Odour Managers at the XIX National Poultry Congress organised by the National Federation of Aviculturists of Colombia (Fenavi) […]

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D-NOSES Proposes Innovative Solutions to Odour Pollution Problems by Empowering Citizens

Zaragoza, Spain, 3rd May 2018 – The EU-funded D-NOSES project held its kick-off meeting on the 25th & 26th April 2018 at the University College London campus. The project consortium, coordinated by the Ibercivis Foundation (Spain), is a world-class partnership comprising 15 partners, which combine experts in Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), citizen science and co-creation, international associations, odour scientists, and includes universities and SMEs, local administration and public bodies from 9 countries. […]

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