January 2014

Missed & Dismissed

Pesticide regulators ignore the legal obligation to use independent science for deriving safe exposure levels.

Also available in French.

January 2014

A Poisonous Injection

How industry tries to water down the risk assessment of pesticide mixtures in everyday food.

Also read the decleration of PAN Europe regarding RIVM.

January 2014

Risks of herbicide 2,4-D

Growing of genetically engineered plants likely to increase spraying of “agent orange herbicide” - if approved, it could be imported into the EU as GM animal feed.

January 2014

PAN Europe Annual Report 2014

Including stories of success from the PAN Europe Network.

February 2013

Meet (chemical) agriculture - The world of backdoors, derogations, sneaky pathways and loopholes - part 5

Italy beats all other EU member states in keeping unsustainable farming practices alive in intensive fruit and vegetable production.

January 2013

PAN Europe Annual Report 2013

including stories of success from the PAN Europe Network.

January 2013

Reducing pesticide use across the EU

July 2012

PAN report - The “120-day derogation”

Meet (Chemical) Agriculture. In 2011, EU Member States granted 230 pesticide authorizations for emergency situations

Extra download: derogations in 2007-2012 (xls)

May 2012

PAN report - Disrupting food

Endocrine disrupting chemicals
in European Union food. 

Also available in French.

April 2012

PAN report - Twisting and bending the rules

In ‘Resubmission’ all efforts are aimed to get pesticides approved.

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