Feinstaub ist gesundheitsschädlich - und noch nicht hinreichend erforscht
Die Debatte über #Luftschadstoffe aus Verkehr und Industrie drehte sich lange Zeit um #Stickoxide. Eine Stellungnahme der Nationalen Akademie der Wissenschaften Leopoldina rückt jetzt den #Feinstaub in den Vordergrund. Da hat #Deutschland viel zu tun, denn die Grenzwerte entsprechen noch nicht den internationalen Empfehlungen.
Scientists have discovered a way to suck CO2 from the atmosphere and turn it into biodegradable building products! Show more
Trees, it's trees, and we should be growing them instead of grain to feed animals which we kill for food.
Last chance to fill the survey on Latin American Early Career #EarthSystemScience 🌎
If you know someone that could be interested, please share the form with them:
Concerns of young protesters are justified | Science
Proud to be among the signatories.
”We declare: Their concerns are justified and supported by the best available science. The current measures for protecting the climate and biosphere are deeply inadequate.”
World leading climate scientists support #FridaysForFuture #schoolstrike4climate https://science.sciencemag.org/content/364/6436/139.2.full
Really glad and honored to be elected as member of the YESS community executive committee. Looking forward to work with this great team :)
Invitation to join the international initiative #ScientistsForFuture
We invite you to become an initial signatory of the ScientistsForFuture (International) support letter for the climate protesters. The letter will be published in a renowned journal, with the list of initial signatories attached.
Deadline is 8 April noon UTC.
Open call for two PhD fellowships at University of Puerto Rico Show more
The #PhD positions are available in the Atmospheric Chemistry and Aerosols Research (ACAR) group.
The project's details can be found below:
- Aerosol and Cloud Analysis System (ACAS)
- “Improving Health through Early Warning of Air Quality Events”
#FutureEarth is launching a call for nominations for the Earth Commission. 🌍
The Commissioners will provide the scientific insights needed to underpin the setting of science-based targets for a stable and resilient planet. The deadline for nominations is 23 April 2019.
First day of carbonaceous #ParticulateMatter conference today in Vienna. It started with an ice-breaker evening, which was actually pretty nice. We had a nice view to the city (see pic). It is a rather small conference (~120 people). Lots of known faces and famous people around. 🙂
Tree rings reveal the reduction of trace metals in the atmosphere of São Paulo, #Brazil.
Rapid global shift to renewable energies can save millions of lives.
Fossil energy is the main source of #AirPollution and related health burdens.
Anyone here attending #EGU19? 🌍
Aerosol scientist 👨🔬
Focus on atmospheric black carbon
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