Skiløper i aksjonNorges Skiforbund innfører forbud mot fluorholdig skismøring for aldersbestemte klasser til og med 16 år. For å sjekke at forbudet overholdes vil de bruke en metode utviklet ved NILU – Norsk institutt for luftforskning.
August 31st, 2018: More than thirty scientists from all over the world, in conjunction with regulators from agencies across the globe, have jointly outlined a set of needs, goals, and actions to help assess and manage the diverse and widely used group of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in the future.
CrowdsourcingCrowdsourcing is the process of getting ideas, data and/or services from a large group of people, especially through information and communication technologies. Sounds interesting? Join the iResponse team in their final workshop on September 4.

From the NILU Annual Report 2017: “Laughing gas” sounds harmless enough. Known also as nitrous oxide, it is in fact the third most important greenhouse gas in the atmosphere, and no laughing matter.

Air quality in Europe is getting better. However, a significant proportion of Europe's population still lives in cities and areas where at times, noise and air pollution may lead to health problems. Norwegian scientists are now tasked with leading the work of compiling the knowledge base the decision-makers in Europe need to give us better air and quality of life.
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