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Austrian Doctors for the Environment (ISDE Austria): new work on climate and EMF    env-health.org

A team of 240 Austrian scientists has worked for 3 years to produce the first Austrian Assessment Report (AAR). This report follows the concept of the IPCC reports but focuses on climate change in Au[...]

Good practice guide on quiet areas - Just Published - EU Bookshop    europa.eu

Good practice guide on quiet areas[...]

Success Stories - How to protect against low-level radiation    europa.eu

There are many radiation sources, usually in low doses, from key medical diagnostic equipment to natural sources like radon gas that emanates from the ground. Until now, there has been little underst[...]

Shielding hospital workers from radiation    europa.eu

While nuclear medicine (specialty involving the application of radioactive substances in the diagnosis and treatment of disease) and interventional radiology may give doctors life-saving technology t[...]

Study finds that there is more to aircraft noise than loudness    europa.eu

Living close to an airport means living close to noise. For many airport community residents, that fact alone is enough to diminish the pleasure of home life. Until now, aircraft noise engineers have[...]


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