28 February 2022

Commission’s draft pesticides regulation fails in ambition on reducing use of pesticides and protecting biodiversity and human health

The upcoming proposal falls short in delivering the transformative changes needed to secure the EU’s transition towards agroecology in line with the Green Deal objectives. These […]
16 March 2022

Exposure to pesticides worldwide has clear human rights implications

Farmers, farm workers, civil society from the North and the South, and Members of the European Parliament urge the European Commission and Member States to protect […]
23 June 2022

The new EU Pesticides Regulation receives cautious welcome by environmental groups

The European Commission presented today its long-awaited proposal for a regulation to reduce pesticide use in Europe in order to avoid ecosystem collapse. The proposal has been given […]
29 June 2023

Europe’s mirror measures on pesticides fail to stop toxic practices, new report reveals

Mirror measures on pesticides affect only half of the neonicotinoids banned in Europe. Loopholes in current  EU regulation also allow for the continued export of banned […]
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