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What do we know about the impacts of artificial Electromagnetic Radiations on wildlife (flora and fauna)? What are the knowledge gaps?
Join us between the 22nd and 25th January 2018 from your own office for a collaborative approach allowing you to give your input on this important emerging issue.
Artificial Electromagnetic Radiations (EMR) are used in many different ways, with uses expanding in terms of the range of frequencies and the volume of transmissions. An important issue is to explore how current use of EMR can affect biodiversity and ecosystem services (such as pollination and pest control). Better understanding and awareness of environmental risks from EMR can lead to the development, promotion and implementation of adequate and timely policy solutions.
The EKLIPSE project is inviting a wide range of experts from different disciplines as well as policy makers and practitioners for an international discussion of the current knowledge on the effects of electromagnetic radiation (EMR) on wildlife.
The conference will aim to discuss the scope of existing studies, weaknesses and gaps as well as major findings, and to identify and prioritize key research needs potentially in relation to current policy needs.
To register for the conference, or to have additional information, please visit the following link: http://www.covision.com/register/?da=register
If you have any questions about this event, you may contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Last edited: 08.12.2017 18:19 (GMT) - by Eszter Kelemen
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