“Save Bees and Farmers! Towards a bee-friendly agriculture for a healthy environment”
European Citizens’ Initiative
Huge Europe-wide campaign launches to ban pesticides, transform agriculture and save bees, farmers and nature alike
New Europe-wide campaign launches to ban pesticides and transform agriculture in Europe
Brussels, Wednesday 31 July – A new campaign has been launched today to stop the collapse of nature and to save rural livelihoods in the EU.
Civil society organisations from across the EU have submitted a proposal to the European Commission for a European Citizens Initiative (ECI) calling for new legislation to phase out pesticides, restore biodiversity and support farmers to transform our food and farming system. 
Brussels, 18 July 2019
How agrobusiness and Member States join forces to maintain bee-toxic pesticides on the market
Brussels, 4 July 2019
Pesticide cocktails in European Food
Over a quarter of the food consumed in Europe contains residues of two or more pesticides, according to the annual report published by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). For certain foods the situation is much worse: more than 60% of the popular summer fruits tested (currants, sweet cherries, strawberries and bananas) come with pesticide “cocktails”.
21 May, Brussels
Top EU officials fought for higher pesticide exposure - secret documents show
Health officials protected use of 32 dangerous pesticides
9 May 2019, Brussels - Newly released European Commission documents reveal a fight to cripple important European pesticide protections.
Brussels 2 May 2019
On 7th May in Berlin a gathering of leading scientists in toxicology and pesticides will come together to review the important recent research from Brazilian scientists and make connections between the commercial European export of chemicals banned in Europe due to health risk and their use in record levels in Brazilian food, grain and energy production.
Parliament urges the Commission to take regulatory action on EDCs without delay
Today, PAN Europe and the civil society applaud the European Parliament for standing by the European citizens and adopting a resolution that addresses a long-known concern: daily exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) may cause harm to ourselves, our children, the environment and all its species.