Findings from the European research project EDC-MixRisk released today highlight that the health risks associated with the combined exposures to endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are systematically underestimated under current assessment methods in the European Union.
Modern science matters. That’s why HEAL partnered with TEDX - The Endocrine Disruption Exchange to help you understand how modern science improves our understanding of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs).
The European Parliament’s environment committee today agreed to new EU rules on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs), which will keep millions exposed to toxic chemicals in toys and other products made of recycled plastics.
Seven health and environment groups have written to European environment ministers, members of the EU Parliament and Commission to express concerns about the sum limit that includes DecaBDE in the regulation recast for persistent organic pollutants (POPs).
More ambitious worldwide action is urgently needed to protect health and the environment against adverse impacts of chemicals. This is the conclusion of the second United Nations Global Chemicals Outlook, presented during the UN Environment Assembly in Nairobi this week.
A picture says a thousand words. That’s why the Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL) partnered with TEDX – The Endocrine Disruption Exchange to reduce complex scientific concepts surrounding endocrine disruptors.
The exposure to glyphosate-based herbicides has been linked to endocrine and developmental effects by a new scientific pilot study.
HEAL joins other civil society groups in calling on members of the EU REACH Committee to protect human health and the environment in their upcoming discussions on the chemicals DEHP and Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) on 7 March.