Commission slammed for failing to cut pesticides

The European Commission’s efforts to monitor and reduce the risks resulting from pesticide use are too vague, the European Court of Auditors warned on Wednesday in a report that also signalled that several member states were late in transposing legislation.

by Raquel Guerra

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