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Lost in Translation? Ways for Environmental Sciences to Communicate About Risk and Research

Dr Thomas-Benjamin Seiler

  1. Climate and the hydrological cycle are closely linked; therefore, in the most likely scenarios of climate change, the increase in temperature may influence the expected variation in precipitation variation but...

    Authors: Antonio Jesús Zapata-Sierra, Lourdes Zapata-Castillo and Francisco Manzano-Agugliaro
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2022 34:75
  2. In the past few years, the use of social media has gradually become an important part of our daily lives. While some might see this as a threat to our productivity or as a source of procrastination, social med...

    Authors: Sarah R. Bowman, Geert Biermans, Andrea Hicks, Dragan M. Jevtić, Jose Luis Rodriguez-Gil and Erica K. Brockmeier
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2015 27:32
  3. Most personal care products (PCPs) contain hazardous ingredients, but current legislation in the European Union (EU) and South Africa (SA) does not require these to be labelled as hazardous products. Instead, ...

    Authors: Ursula Klaschka and Hanna-Andrea Rother
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2013 25:30
  4. ‘There is a high level of scientific uncertainty in nanoparticle research’ is often stated in the scientific literature, e.g., concerning the environmental fate of nanoparticles. Knowing more about these uncer...

    Authors: Ilona Heidmann and Jutta Milde
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2013 25:25
  5. Energy policies from local to global scale are increasingly questioned in terms of sustainability. Evidence- and science-based decision making in this field needs a robust and transparent integrated assessment...

    Authors: Valentina Castellani, Andrea Piazzalunga and Serenella Sala
    Citation: Environmental Sciences Europe 2013 25:22