HEAL responded to the public consultation by the European Commission on the mid-term review of the 8th Environment Action Programme (8 EAP).
More than 75 health and environment groups call upon all EU member states and members of the EU Parliament to support a strong Sustainable Use of Pesticides Regulation (SUR) without further delays.
HEAL, the European Environmental Bureau and CHEM Trust comment in response to the CARACAL discussion regarding amendments of the REACH annexes.
This document covers HEAL's comments on the European Chemical Agency consultation on the Universal PFAS (uPFAS) restriction proposed by the authorities of Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden.
The European Environmental Bureau (EEB), Chemsec, HEAL and ChemTrust clarify the controversy around substances with more than one constituent (MOCS), and essential oils specifically, with regards to the European Union CLP regulation revision in this joint briefing and explainer.
HEAL and CHEM Trust presented their joint statement on 6-7 June 2023 in the RAC discussion on the universal PFAS restriction.
CHEM Trust, HEAL and EEB comment on REACH revision Information Requirements, as a follow-up to the CARACAL-48 meeting.
The Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL) and its member organisation the Cancer Prevention and Education Society (CPES) comment on ECHA's Regulatory strategy for flame retardants, and the European Commission CARACAL 48 discussion on the topic. The restriction roadmap released last year includes an important commitment to consider a comprehensive restriction on all flame retardants.
The Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL) comments on the discussion regarding the 21st adaptation to technical progress (ATP) amending the CLP regulation, which took place at the CARACAL 48 meeting, specifically when it comes to the proposal to classify Lithium Salts as reprotoxicants in category 1A.
Air pollution is the top environmental risk to health in Europe and everyone is vulnerable to its impacts. People’s level of vulnerability is outside of individual control, as it evolves…
Responding to European Commission’s public consultation on its plans for a Sustainable Use of Plant Protection Products Regulation (SUR), the Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL) has welcomed the proposal but calls for more significant and faster reduction of pesticide use in order to protect health from the pesticide pollution across the EU.
HEAL has joined 24 civil society organisations to call on the European Commission to publish the EU Nature Package on the planned date to tackle the climate, health and biodiversity crises.