Citizen Science Projects on EU-Citizen.Science Database

written by Nadja Železnik
26. Sep 2022
Categories: Research

RadoNorm citizen science projects are successfully registered and accepted in the database.

EU-Citizen.Science is an online platform for sharing knowledge, tools, training and resources for citizen science – by the community, for the community.

The vision for the platform is to serve as a knowledge hub and to become the European reference point for citizen science in aid of its mainstreaming.

In the framework of the RadoNorm European project, we have launched four pilot citizen science projects in the field of radon. These pilot citizen science projects are being tested in France, Hungary, Ireland and Norway. These pilot initiatives will help to support the creation of a network of citizen science projects in different European countries. For this, RadoNorm will open a call for new citizen science initiatives related to radon mitigation on 7th November (European Radon Day) and will invite any interested party (e.g. local communities, NGOs, universities, social civil groups, etc.) to apply for funding to conduct a citizen science initiative on radon mitigation in their community.

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