All the latest reports and publications from Greenpeace's EU Unit
Greenpeace found hazardous chemicals in house dust (2001) and in rainwater (2003). The logical question that follows is: could hazardous chemicals also end up in our bodies? Researchers in Sweden, Germany and the USA say yes. In 2004, Greenpeace...
Background on proposed EU chemical policy reform and how it needs to be amended to achieve it goals.
Evaluation by the “Green Nine” of the content of the EU Constitution as compared with the ambitions these organisations had formulated at the start of the work of the European Convention.
The objective of this study is to determine the presence of a number of chemicals from blood samples of volunteers in The Netherlands. The results show many industrial chemicals are present in the human body, sometimes in relatively high...
Detailed Greenpeace scientific comments on Monsanto's GM oil-seed rape GT73.
What happened to the 80 commitments?
Greenpeace’s assessment of Monsanto’s study “Supplemental analysis of selected findings on the rat 90-day feeding study with MON863 maize. Report MSL-18175.”
This report describes the multiple threats now jeopardising the marine life and ecology of the North Sea and Baltic Sea. It proposes an approach to countering these threats involving the establishment of networks of large-scale marine reserves in...
A Greenpeace position paper presents key improvements to be made to the proposed Regulation (COM(2003)492) in preparation for the political discussion at the June 2004 Environment Council.
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