Member states accused of sabotaging plans to cut pesticide use

The European Commission’s goal of halving chemical pesticide use by 2030 is in jeopardy as all but two EU governments are pushing for weak data collection rules that would make implementation impossible, environmental groups warn on the eve of key negotiations.

by Robert Hodgson

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