- Category: Articles
- Published: Thursday, 28 May 2020 11:24
TURCANU C., SCHIEBER C., SCHNEIDER T., FALLON C., GEYSMANS R., PERKO T., CANTONE M.C., ECONOMIDES S., BARAZZA F., CHARRON S., GSCHWIND R., LAFAGE S., ZELEZNIK N. and PÖLZL-VIOL C.
Radioprotection 2020, 27 May 2020, 7 pp.
Radon in buildings poses a significant health risk, being one of the most important causes of lung cancer deaths worldwide. Acknowledging that successful radon risk management requires engagement of stakeholders, this paper investigated prescriptions and practices for stakeholder participation. First, it points out the need to integrate radon risk management in a holistic approach to indoor air pollution, together with urban planning and energy saving policies. It then argues for establishing more systematic approaches to the involvement of stakeholders in the design, implementation and evaluation of radon actions. Finally, it suggests the development of context specific approaches for the engagement of stakeholders at local and regional level.