HEAL and over 35 organisations urge member states to defend the proposal and to ensure the measures adopted meet the ambitions set out in the EU Plastics Strategy and EU Green Deal commitments.
Nine health and environmental groups have written to the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Nuclear Safety and Consumer Protection regarding the upcoming proposal to restrict Bisphenol A and structurally related bisphenols of similar concern under the REACH Regulation.
58 organisations across Europe are calling on representatives of national governments and members of the PAFF Committee to adopt without delay the Implementation Regulation harmonising the content and format of the pesticide use records.
More than 60 health and environment groups have written to EU Commission President von der Leyen, Executive Vice-President Timmermans and Commissioners Kyriakides, Wojciechowski and Sinkevicius to not postpone the much…
Thousands of tonnes of pesticides are sold in the EU every year, yet we do not know which ones are used where and in what quantities. 70+ organisations are voicing their concerns on the EU reform of pesticides statistics.
Defining "nanomaterials" is no small matter. We call on the European Commission to clarify and improve its definition of the term in order to minimize adverse effects on human health and ecosystems.
In a letter published today, thirty-four civil society groups urge the European Commission to support a proposal put forward by French authorities to restrict a group of extremely hazardous substances from single-use babies’ diapers.
PFAS pollution is a reality for communities near Antwerp and Zwijndrecht. HEAL and Grondrecht are asking the Belgian government to step in to guarantee action to clean up and remediate pollution, monitor consequences and guarantee accountability.
Is France making a dangerous U-turn on its position on glyphosate? In an open letter published today, HEAL, the Association of European Cancer Leagues and La Ligue contre le Cancer urge the French government to publicly clarify its position regarding the health risks posed by the substance.
41 civil society organisations, including several of the organisers of the successful European Citizens’ Initiative #StopGlyphosate, urge EU Health Commissioner Stella Kyriakides to guarantee that the ongoing assessment of glyphosate is based on updated independent scientific evidence and remains free from vested interests.
Eight health and environment groups across Europe are calling on EU ministers to identify Resorcinol, a health-harming endocrine disruptor, as a substance of very high concern.