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The objective of the project is to evaluate the effects of climate diversity and change on airborne allergen exposure, and to implement an outdoor allergen early warning network. Climatic factors that influence allergen exposure will be extracted and will be used to calculate the effect of climate and climate change on local airborne allergen exposure.
Current users of national pollen information services like atopic individuals, physicians and health authorities will benefit.
The project HIALINE is funded by the Executive Agency for Health and Consumers (EAHC) and started in February 2009. The main aims of funding by EAHC are:
• a high level of consumer protection, notably through improved information on consumer-related
data, better consultation and better representation of consumers’ interests.
• the effective application of consumer protection rules, notably through cooperation between
authorities and organisations responsible for the implementation of consumer legislation,
information, education and dispute resolution.