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Saharan dust or traffic pollution? Media resonance and air pollution awarness in a UK episode

Tweet From 2nd to 4th of April 2014, South East UK have been affected by a serious air pollution episode that rised a public debate on the socio-economic impacts of this environmental risk. This episode gained high visibility on the mainstream media also because of the combination of phisical and visible elements and changes in […]

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Socio Economic implications For Individual Responses to Air Pollution policies in EU +27

SEFIRA has the objective of creating a European coordination of transdisciplinary scientific and socio-economic resources in order to support the review and implementation of air quality legislation by the European Commission (EC) led by DG Environment. SEFIRA will coordinate some of the best scientific and socio-economic resources and will review air quality policies and legislation at the interface between environmental, economic and social sciences in order to achieve a deeper understanding of these complex issues. The main fields involved in the action will be atmospheric sciences, environmental and legal sociology, anthropology, geography and economics.