RadoNorm at SAFECAST 10th Anniversary

written by RadoNorm
17. Mar 2021
Categories: Research

RadoNorm recognised as an important project for promoting citizen science in radon at the round table on ‘How has Safecast influenced research, policies and practices in emergency management’ of the SAFECAST 10th Anniversary available on youtube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kj1PONq0TdM). Last Saturday 13th March 2021 Safecast organised a day long global online event to give updates about the project, the Fukushima situation, the importance of open data, information of new initiatives and reflect on the lessons of the momentous past decade. Invited guests joined online from around the globe to comment and discuss major topics, with musical interludes and video reports. As part of this event, Astrid Liland, the Director of the Department of Emergency Preparedness at the Norwegian Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (DSA) and Tanja Perko researcher at SCK CEN and leader of the WP in RadoNorm on societal aspects, highlighted the important role RadoNorm will have to launch citizen science initiatives in radon.

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