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We’ve brought together a list of statements from scientists and academics that tie together the links between environmental pollution and its affect on human health.

They are listed chronologically, but you can search by policy area in the box on the right.

Date Title
17/12/2013 Statement of Collegium Ramazzini on EDCs (German)
17/12/2013 The 2013 Berlaymont Declaration on Endocrine Disrupters (German)
23/10/2013 Breast Cancer UK Manifesto: 5 pledges for 2015 and beyond towards the prevention of breast cancer
22/10/2013 Endocrinologists’ editorial: media unveil conflict of interest
22/07/2013 European Environmental Bureau’s comments on RoHS 2 Directive
18/06/2013 The 2013 Berlaymont Declaration on Endocrine Disrupters
18/06/2013 Collegium Ramazzini position on EDCs and chemicals safety policy in the EU
18/06/2013 Endocrine Society open letter to EU Commissioners on better EDC laws
12/04/2013 European Respiratory Society - 10 principles for clean air
19/02/2013 WHO/UNEP Report ’State of the Science of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals 2012’
17/05/2012 Consensus Paper: Developmental Origins of Non-Communicable Diseases and Dysfunctions: Implications for Research and Public Health
20/02/2012 State of the Art of the Assessment of Endocrine Disruptors, Final Report
04/12/2011 Durban Declaration on Climate and Health
17/10/2011 BMJ Climate, Security and Health statement
11/04/2011 Paris Appeal: International Declaration on Diseases due to chemical pollution
18/03/2011 The Asturias Pledge: A new call to action on environmental and occupational cancer prevention
14/12/2010 Climate and Health Council
Health and fiscal co-benefits of emissions reductions: a summary for negotiators at Cancun
14/10/2010 World Medical Association
Statement on Environmental Degradation and Sound Management of Chemicals
17/09/2010 Collegium Ramazzini
Call for Action : Control of Biocides in the European Union
29/06/2010 WHO Europe
Guidelines for indoor air quality: selected pollutants
23/06/2010 Letter to EFSA from scientists and NGOs
Re: Potential adverse health effects associated with BPA exposures
14/06/2010 ChemTrust
A review of the role of pesticides play in some cancers: Children, farmers and pesticides users at risk?
06/05/2010 US President’s Cancer Panel
Environmentally caused cancers are ’grossly underestimated’ and ’needlessly devastate American lives.’
14/03/2010 WHO Europe
Parma Declaration on Environment and Health
14/11/2009 The Lancet Series
Managing the health effects of climate change
14/10/2009 World Medical Association
Declaration of Delhi on Health and Climate Change
14/09/2009 International Society of Doctors for the Environment
Position paper on Climate Change and Human Health
14/07/2009 European Respiratory Society
Position Statement, Climate change and respiratory disease
29/06/2009 WHO Europe
Guidelines for indoor air quality : dampness and mould
14/06/2009 Prof. Dr. Andreas Kortenkamp
State of the Art Report on Mixture Toxicity
01/05/2009 Professor Richard Sharpe
Male Reproductive Health Disorders and the Potential Role of Exposure to Environmental Chemicals
02/02/2009 Endocrine Society
Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals: An Endocrine Society Scientific Statement
06/11/2008 Canadian Cancer Society
Environment, Cancer and You
14/10/2008 Collaborative on Health and the Environment
Agriculture and Cancer: A need for action
29/06/2008 Collaborative on Health and the Environment
Learning and Developmental Disabilities Initiative Scientific and Policy Consensus Statements on Environmental Factors
23/06/2008 Professor Andreas Kortenkamp
Breast cancer and exposure to hormonally active chemicals: An appraisal of the scientific evidence
14/06/2008 World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA)
Resolution on “Safer Chemical Policies”
10/02/2008 Collaborative on Health and the Environment
Consensus Statement on Cancer and the Environment
01/11/2007 California Medication Association
Resolution on Chemicals Policy for California
30/07/2007 The Faroes Statement
Human Health Effects of Developmental Exposure to Chemicals in Our Environment
14/06/2007 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Climate Change 2007 synthesis report. Summary for policy makers
14/06/2007 Chapel Hill BPA Expert Panel Consensus Statement
Integration of Mechanisms, Effects in Animals and Potential to Impact Human Health
19/01/2007 The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
Fourth Assessment Report
10/11/2006 Helsinki Statement: Is endocrine disruption within REACH?
14/06/2006 Our Stolen Future
04/06/2006 Collaborative on Health and the Environment
Consensus Statement on Breast Cancer and the Environment
04/05/2006 Andreas Kortenkamp
The Prague Declaration on Endocrine Disruption
14/02/2006 International POPs Elimination Network (IPEN)
Declaration for a Toxics-Free Future
14/10/2005 Collaborative on Health and the Environment
Vallombrosa Consensus Statement on Environmental contaminants and human fertility compromise
29/06/2005 WHO
Air quality guidelines - global update 2005
14/06/2005 Standing Committee of European Doctors
Health and environment (REACH)
07/03/2005 Various scientists
Prague Declaration on endocrine disruptors
14/06/2004 Paris Appeal
International Declaration on diseases due to chemical pollution
24/04/2004 Ontario College of Family Physicians
Systematic review of Pesticide Human Health Effects
14/04/2003 European Respiratory Society
European Lung White Book
14/06/2002 WHO Europe & European Environment Agency
Children Health and Environment: A Review of Evidence
14/05/2001 International Society of Doctors for the Environment
Declaration on Children, their health and their environment
06/05/1997 Environment Leaders’ Summit of the Eight
Declaration of the Environment Leaders of the Eight on Children’s Environmental Health
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