The European Food Safety Authority must disclose key studies on the toxicity and carcinogenicity of glyphosate, a controversial herbicide widely used across Europe, EU judges ..
News 7 Mar 2019
Document Watch 7 Aug 2018 External Content
The Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament is seeking cross-party support to launch an appeal at the European Court of Justice (ECJ) against the recent ..
News 7 Dec 2017
The European Food Safety Authority has rejected allegations of fraud and wilfully endangering the public after glyphosate campaigners launched legal bids in five European states ..
News 4 Dec 2017
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The Greens have taken legal action in a bid to force the European Food Safety Authority to release data relating to non-public studies of glyphosate ..
News 1 Jun 2017
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The EU Court of Justice has ruled that information requests on pesticides should be granted across the bloc and cannot be rejected on grounds of ..
News 23 Nov 2016
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The European Commission is facing a legal challenge following a decision to permit a Canadian company to use paints containing “toxic pigments” in the EU ..
News 27 Oct 2016
The European Commission faces a legal challenge over its decision to grant approval to three recycling companies to use the endocrine disruptor diethylhexyl phthalate ..
News 8 Aug 2016
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EU Court of Justice backs Swedish rules requiring notification of chemicals import or manufacture to the National Chemicals Inspectorate ..
News 18 Mar 2016
Around 13% of companies did not fulfill some of their registration obligations under the REACH chemicals regulation in 2013-2014, the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) said ..
News 11 Dec 2015