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Opening risk gouvernance with a vigilance system: lessons learned from the Blue Tongue Virus outbreak in 2006
Selection of the most environmentally benign ionic liquids option by coupling OECD standardized tests and fish leucocyte mortality
To reduce health and environmental risks of chemicals and to minimize the environmental footprint of human activities, green chemistry searches for alternative, environment-friendly reaction media and at the same time strives to increase reaction rates and milder reaction conditions. A growing area...
The EduCommunication: an essential route for dealing with natural disasters
RESUMEN Research aims to propose coordinates for an educational communication strategy aimed at increasing the perception of the risk of natural disasters in the district of Tambogrande-Piura-Peru; it is embedded in the emerging field of Education/Communication and builds on the methodology of educa...
China: New Engine of World Growth
Twenty-five years of reform have transformed China from a centrally planned and closed system to a predominantly market-driven and open economy. As a consequence, China is emerging as the new powerhouse for the world economy. China: new engine for world growth discusses the impact and significance o...
Assessment of the environmental risks of pollutants of emerging concern in the European Union
[EN] The increasing pressure of urbanisation, industrial development and indiscriminate water use has led to deterioration of the quality of these processes, losing their capacity as a suitable resource for later use. Urban and industrial waste water when discharged into public channels can lead to...
Not only the Mediterranean. Political and social problems in the world of Islam
Collective House "Not only Mediterranean. Political and social problems in the world of Islam" is an attempt to gather the voices of young Polish Muslim researchers from different scientific disciplines. For greater clarity, the monograph, consisting of fourteen articles, is divided into thematic ci...
Natural Hazards Education at Primary School
Today, the world’s population continues to grow, with the number of births still exceeding the number of deaths, and there are around 83 million more inhabitants per year. The world’s population in 2017 was 7 billion 460 million and could reach 8 billion in 2025. As a result of the increase in the w...
The dynamics of frailty and change in socio-economic conditions: evidence for the 65+ in Europe
Background: The frailty phenotype for older people is defined as an increased vulnerability to stressors, leading toadverse health outcomes. It is acknowledged as a specific precursor of disability besides chronic diseases thatallows for some reversibility in the loss of autonomy. Although the liter...
Metropolisation and regionalisation: the crucial challenges of an announced review of the Quebec politico-territorial framework
On the basis of a retrospective view of regional and municipal policies that have shaped the politico-territorial organisation of Quebec, we will show, on the one hand, that a framework has gradually been drawn up, the in-depth review of which is now announced. While since the 1960s this framework h...
Lanthanide ecotoxicity: First attempt to measure environmental risk for aquatic organisms
International audience The geochemical cycles of lanthanides are being disrupted by increasing global production and human use, but their ecotoxicity is not fully characterized. In this study, the sensitivity of Aliivibrio fischeri and Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata to lanthanides increased with at...
International migration and change climático:conexiones and disconnections between Mexico and Central America
Summary Climate Change in Central America causes, among other effects, migration inside or outside the countries of origin. The Central American migration transiting through Mexico is important in terms of its volume, undocumented nature and its social, gender and ethnic diversification. Some locali...
Non-Extensive Value-at-Risk Estimation During Times of Crisis
Value-at-risk is one of the important subjects that extensively used by researchers and practitioners for measuring and managing uncertainty in financial markets. Although value-at-risk is a common risk control instrument, but there are criticisms about its performance. One of these cases, which has...
Genomic epidemiology and global diversity of the emerging bacterial pathogen Elizabethkingia anophelis
How holistic approaches of activity analysis in ergonomics renew training design?
International audience This communication presents the benefit of holistic approaches of work analysis in ergonomics and professional didactics in the field of occupational training. The research-intervention processes discussed have the originality aiming to conduct jointly learning questions, cond...
Research, Digital Health Information and Promises of Privacy: Revisiting the Issue of Consent
The obligation to maintain the privacy of patients and research participants is foundational to biomedical research. But there is growing concern about the challenges of keeping participant information private and confidential. A number of recent studies have highlighted how emerging computational s...
A media test?
a period of intense media coverage followed the demonstration of the health danger associated with green tides in Brittany in 2009. As intensive livestock farming was identified as the cause of the phenomenon, Breton farmers were exposed to high levels of media exposure during this period. Based on...
Telecom license fees & risks in sub-Saharan Africa Telecom license fees & risks in sub-Saharan Africa: towards better licensing policies
International audience Disparities in telecom license fees between countries might lead to skepticism of investors about the "real" value of a license and to reluctance to apply for those. This paper introduces a preliminary study on the relationship between license prices and host country environme...
Politically incorrect wording in public discourse: jobs, discursive definitions and socio-political and cultural challenges
The emerging politically incorrect formula is gaining ground in public discourse in democratic societies. On the basis of a corpus of media, digital and knowledge narratives from French-speaking and English-speaking countries, the article shows the increasingly important role of politically incorrec...
Reconsidering risk management in socio-technical environments
The communications revolution has profoundly affected the social structure of advanced contemporary societies. If these systems are brought into a context of marcadamentesociotechnical nature, that is to say, with social interlinkages and uncertain technological advances, risk management becomes a h...
Balancing resources, demand, new challenges, and risks: what is next for the coal industry of Kuzbass
The article gives an overview of the main external and internal challenges currently facing the coal industry and thus defining where the economy of Kemerovo Oblast – Kuzbass (a key coal-mining center in Russia) is heading. We claim the fourth energy transition as the most important among such chall...
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF MINING BOWLS: A REVISION
Caves are an emerging environmental problem in the world. Although ecological risks are still largely unknown to researchers, it is well known that they may be promising use opportunities or worrying environmental problems. This work aimed to provide an overview of the research focus of the main stu...
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND HUMAN RIGHTS: Ethical impacts AND DILEMAS ATUAIS
This article aims to analyse, by means of a literature review and exploratory case study, some ethical dilemmas imposed by Artificial Intelligence and their human rights consequences. The purpose of the research problem is to investigate ethical dilemmas emerging from the use of AI systems and how t...
Knowledge and Its Legitimacy, an Exploratory (Meta)Ethical Framework-Based Analysis of Narratives on Coastal Flooding Risks in a Changing Climate
Knowledge quality assessment (KQA) has been developed in order to analyze the role of knowledge in situations of high stakes and urgency when characterized by deep uncertainty and ignorance. Governing coastal flood risk in the face of climate change is typical of such situations. These are situation...
Physisorption and Chemisorption Mechanisms Influencing Micro (Nano) Plastics-Organic Chemical Contaminants Interactions: A Review
Microplastics, which serve as sources and vector transport of organic contaminants in both terrestrial and marine environments, are emerging micropollutants of increasing concerns due to their potential harmful impacts on the environment, biota and human health. Microplastic particles have a higher...
Corrigendum to “Emerging risks of toxic metal(loid)s in soil-vegetables influenced by steel-making activities and isotopic source apportionment” [Environ. Int. 146 (2021) 106207]