NGOs adopt declaration on designating an Emission Control Area in the Mediterranean Sea

Long overdue step to protect people and nature from harmful ship emissions Rome – An alliance of environmental organisations adopted a declaration to designate the Mediterranean Sea an Emission Control Area to limit air pollution from ships. The alliance has been founded as of 2016 and gathers mainly NGOs from Mediterranean region such as Cittadini[…]

CAPTOR contributions at the Austrian Citizen Science Conferences 2016 and 2017

 The proceedings of the Austrian Citizen Science Conference 2016 are available for download. An extended abstract with the title “The CAPTOR project: Joint Efforts Reducing Ozone Pollution” is included – see pp. 35-38  Download under: http://www.frontiersin.org/books/Austrian_Citizen_Science_Conference_2016/1026 The CAPTOR project will again participate and contribute to the next Austrian Citizen Science Conference 2017. This time we[…]

CAPTOR Presentation to GLOBAL 2000 volunteering group from the “Umweltkulturpraktikum”

On 17th November16 we presented the project and the measuring device CAPTOR at the Umweltkulturpraktikum (UKP) from GLOBAL 2000. At UKP environmental interested students get involved in different projects and they take part at seminars about various environmental issues. We explained basics on ozone pollution, presented the self built CAPTOR and asked them on their[…]