AN ACTIVISTS’ GUIDE TO USING AND IMPROVING
THE NEW EU CHEMICALS LEGISLATION
Comments on the European Commission’s notification pursuant to Article 95, paragraph 5 of the EC Treaty, concerning the Polish draft Act on Genetically Modified Organisms.
Chronology of the antibiotic resistant genes controversy - adds detail to press release of 13 July 2007
Greenpeace appreciates the opportunity to comment on a possible future maritime policy but
disagrees with the notion that Europe ought to be promoting an expansion of economic activity in
the maritime sector when existing activity levels are...
Defining Good Environmental Status in the context of the European Marine Strategy Directive
Letter to EU Ombudsman Mr Diamandouros to assist his enquiry into a Greenpeace complaint regarding misleading statements to the press by the European Commission in response to Greenpeace charges of chemical industry lobby influence on the REACH...
Environmental, health, women's and consumer organisations address an open letter to the European Commission, in which they warn that there is no cause to celebrate entry into force on 1 June 2007 of the new EU chemicals legislation REACH, until...
The new EU chemicals law REACH entered into force on June 1, 2007. This leaflet shows how you can now demand better protection from hazardous chemicals.
NGO Response to Invitation for Comments on Topics and for Information Supply regarding the Review of Directive 2002/95/EC of the European Parliament and of the
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