February 17, 2021

Odour Management: a Paneuropean Odour Limit?

On the 17th of August 2018, the Decision of the European Commission establishing the best available techniques (BAT) conclusions for Waste Treatment (WT), was published in […]
January 11, 2021

More than a 100 people contribute to D-NOSES and OdourCollect in Chile and Colombia

The participatory and co-creation process are key to real change and constitute one of the methodological bases of D-NOSES. During the “International Seminar on Odour Management” […]
December 23, 2020

D-NOSES and the Sustainable Development Goals

The D-NOSES project, which, for those who did not know already, stands for The Distributed Network for Odour Sensing Empowerment and Sustainability (D-Noses) aims “to empower […]
November 11, 2020

Odour pollution: invisible to policy makers?

D-NOSES’ partners MIO-ECSDE are responsible for the non-negligible task of advocating for the introduction of odour regulations among decision makers at the global scale. Along with […]
November 4, 2020
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Last, but not least: Updates from D-NOSES’ pilots in Portugal

This post is the last of our series dedicated to the latest news coming from D-NOSES' pilots all across the world. In this last piece, we asked pilot leaders Vera and Pedro to give us some insights into their odour journey. [...]
October 28, 2020
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Odour expertise: an interview with one of D-NOSES’ odour expert

Odours: what about them? We interviewed D-NOSES' odour expert Gerhard Schleenstein on the matter. Gerhard [...]
October 23, 2020
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Engaging affected communities in Barcelona and Sofia: where are we at?

In the penultimate post of our series dedicated to the latest updates coming from the D-NOSES’ pilots all across the world, we take a look at […]
October 16, 2020

What’s up in Uganda, Greece and Italy?

Here we go again! Earlier this week, we introduced you to some of the latest updates coming from the German, Chilean and British D-NOSES’ pilots. In […]
October 12, 2020
Citizen Science in Environmental Monitoring Webinar

Citizen Science for Public Authorities: Webinar Content Available

  Back in July, D-NOSES partners’ Mapping for Change held a webinar addressed at local authorities in the UK. The webinar specifically targeted officers and teams […]
October 5, 2020

Latest News on the D-NOSES Pilots!

In the UK, a brand new pilot was launched at the beginning of September, led by Mapping for Change. Our pilot is set in the area of […]
October 1, 2020

The shortcomings of odour nuisance regulations

  Complaints about odours in the ambient air are a frequently expressed form of criticism, particularly with regards to industrial facilities located in the immediate vicinity […]
September 16, 2020

D-NOSES on the agenda: ECSA Conference 2020

ECSA conference 2020 was launched at the beginning on the second week of September, 2020. The European Citizen Association (ECSA) has been organizing large-scale conferences on […]
September 2, 2020

Clean Air for Southall: Londoners’ campaign for cleaner and safer air

In July 2018, the Clean Air for Southall and Hayes campaign (CASH) was launched by residents in Southall, west London, to fight against air and odour […]
June 23, 2020

Lockdown: less polluted air, more odours?

In Europe, lockdown measures are currently being relaxed, with the increasing re-opening of shops, restaurants, and the progressive lift of legally enforced confinement. Along with the […]
March 25, 2020

Kampala NOSES Takes Off

Our experience has taught us that to initiate sustained change we need to engage citizens, especially those affected, and children are the most affected of all […]
March 20, 2020

A Guide To: D-Noses’ Odour Policy Brief

This week, we highlight the policy brief that D-Noses’ partners have put together to provide sound explanations about odour pollution, its consequences and regulation at the […]
March 6, 2020

Measuring the Impact of Citizen Science

In a previous post, we addressed the question of the role of citizen science in tackling pollution. Today, we follow this thread, and wonder about the […]
February 28, 2020

D-Noses in the Royal Docks, London

A new D-Noses pilot project in the Royal Docks area of London was launched at the beginning of February 2020. On the 5th and 23rd of […]
January 29, 2020

A new decade of Sustainable Development in the Mediterranean

Bottom-up approaches, such as Citizen Science, are not only valuable as frameworks to tackle environmental issues (a topic our previous post addresses), but also as means […]
January 17, 2020

What does Malaga smell like?

What does Malaga (Spain) smell like? (‘A que huele Malaga’?) This is the question that D-Noses' partners María and Nora have sought to answer during their workshop about odours at the Talent Woman event held in Malaga, Spain, in November 2019.
December 20, 2019

EU Water Innovation Conference 2019

In December, 2019, the 5th EU Water Innovation Conference took place with the aim of accelerating action to tackle water pollution and enhance EU preparedness to […]
December 11, 2019

The Role of Citizen Science to Tackle Pollution

In their newly launched newsletter, D-Noses’ sister project – Eu.Citizen.Science – invoke the role that citizen science plays in the fight against pollution. This is an […]
April 25, 2019

Odour training at Ecomondo 2018

The D-NOSES took advantage of the Ecomondo 2018 environmental exhibition to educate visitors about odours at the ISWA booth.
April 25, 2019

IFAT Eurasia 2019: D-NOSES in Istanbul

IFAT Eurasia, the leading trade fair for environmental technologies took place at the Istanbul Expo Center on March 28-30, 2019.
April 25, 2019

Citizen Science Safari in Barcelona

As part of the Science Biennal, D-NOSES partners Ibercivis and Ideas for Change (IFC) held an odour training and awareness workshop last Sunday 10th of February 2019 in the Fòrum area of Barcelona.
January 11, 2021

More than a 100 people contribute to D-NOSES and OdourCollect in Chile and Colombia

The participatory and co-creation process are key to real change and constitute one of the methodological bases of D-NOSES. During the “International Seminar on Odour Management” […]
October 16, 2020

What’s up in Uganda, Greece and Italy?

Here we go again! Earlier this week, we introduced you to some of the latest updates coming from the German, Chilean and British D-NOSES’ pilots. In […]
October 5, 2020

Latest News on the D-NOSES Pilots!

In the UK, a brand new pilot was launched at the beginning of September, led by Mapping for Change. Our pilot is set in the area of […]
October 1, 2020

The shortcomings of odour nuisance regulations

  Complaints about odours in the ambient air are a frequently expressed form of criticism, particularly with regards to industrial facilities located in the immediate vicinity […]
September 2, 2020

Clean Air for Southall: Londoners’ campaign for cleaner and safer air

In July 2018, the Clean Air for Southall and Hayes campaign (CASH) was launched by residents in Southall, west London, to fight against air and odour […]
March 25, 2020

Kampala NOSES Takes Off

Our experience has taught us that to initiate sustained change we need to engage citizens, especially those affected, and children are the most affected of all […]
March 6, 2020

Measuring the Impact of Citizen Science

In a previous post, we addressed the question of the role of citizen science in tackling pollution. Today, we follow this thread, and wonder about the […]
February 28, 2020

D-Noses in the Royal Docks, London

A new D-Noses pilot project in the Royal Docks area of London was launched at the beginning of February 2020. On the 5th and 23rd of […]
December 11, 2019

The Role of Citizen Science to Tackle Pollution

In their newly launched newsletter, D-Noses’ sister project – Eu.Citizen.Science – invoke the role that citizen science plays in the fight against pollution. This is an […]
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