RadoNorm funded citizen science project, RADOHOW empowers citizens to take action against indoor radon concentrations in both homes and workplaces

written by Nadja Železnik
29. Feb 2024

The RADOHOW citizen science project in Spain, funded by RadoNorm, has conducted individual meetings with all 25 participants of the project to present the results and graphs derived from their radon measurements. The objectives of these sessions were to sustain engagement with the participants, discuss how to interpret the results and co-create mitigation strategies as well as communication and dissemination strategies.

The RADOHOW citizen science project actively engages citizens across five Spanish provinces in measuring indoor radon concentrations in both homes and workplaces, fostering collaboration in the co-creation of mitigation, communication, and dissemination strategies.

For further information, visit the citizen science webpage.

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