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Barnehage (illustrasjonsfoto)The prevalence of childhood asthma has increased over the past decades. It is now the most common chronic illness in children and the leading cause of pediatric hospitalization worldwide.

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AGH Universitetet i KrakowNILU – Norwegian institute for Air Research is sorry to inform our partners and contacts that our subsidiary NILU Polska in Krakow, Poland will be closed permanently February 2019.

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The European air quality is slowly improving, but as the Air Quality in Europe 2018 Report shows, air pollution continues to exceed European Union and World Health Organization limits and guidelines. Thus, air pollution is still posing a danger to human health and the environment.
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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.

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