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General
08 December 2016
Welcome to the Fourth newsletter of the DACCIWA Project! This newsletter is part of our effort to communicate our research activities with the scientific community, the general public and policymakers.
General
27 October 2016
The ULISSE / DACCIWA movie is about the logistic and scientific aspects of the field campaign. Produced by Arnaud Mansat.
Air Pollution and Health
21 October 2016
Article by the Guardian citing the OECD report on the costs of air pollution in Africa.
General
16 September 2016
Insights on the DACCIWA field campaign in Juli 2016.
General
15 September 2016
Please find below a list of all press coverages on the web for the DACCIWA main field campaign press release.
General
30 August 2016
A coordinated press release on the main DACCIWA field campaign was launched by the press offices of the German, UK and French beneficiaries.
General
28 June 2016
Article on DACCIWA in the EUFAR newsletter june 2016 including description of the EUFAR funded projects APSOWA, MICWA and OLACTA-2 connected to DACCIWA
General
12 May 2016
Welcome to the third newsletter of the DACCIWA Project! This newsletter is part of our goal to communicate our research activities with the scientific community, the general public and policymakers.
General
02 December 2015
DACCIWA Newsletter Autumn 2015
Air Pollution and Health
24 August 2015
Article in The Conversation online magazine about African Megacity pollution