Representatives from the European Member States in the EU Standing Committee on Plants, Animals, Food and Feed (SCOPAFF) today voted in favour of a revised European Commission proposal on identification criteria for endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs)
This briefing provides an assessment of the health benefits and saved costs that will be achieved when air pollution control following Energy Community rules are in place for coal and lignite power stations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia in the Western Balkans, and demonstrates that quick and comprehensive action to drive down emissions will boost the benefits.
Swift and significant emission cuts by Europe’s top polluters under new rules would boost health and reduce healthcare costs.
This year’s UNEA3 was all about health and pollution under the theme ; 'Towards A Pollution-Free Planet'. For the first time, HEAL sent a delegation to Nairobi: Vijoleta Gordeljevic and Eva…
Cost study prompts call to put health at the top of the policy agenda.