For its sixth newsletter, Justice Pesticides looks back at the news of the last few months related to pesticides. The consequences of these toxic products affect every country in the world, and the information in this newsletter includes Brazil, the European Union, France, Paraguay, Spain and the United States. We hope you find this information… Read More

As Justice Pesticides has documented in its legal database, Valérie Murat’s appeal of her conviction to the exorbitant sum of 125,000 euros has been struck off until the sum is paid. This is an iniquitous method to prevent her freedom to inform about the contamination of Bordeaux wines under HVE (High Environmental Value) label by… Read More

In a ruling handed down on November 15, 2021, the Council of State ordered the French government to quickly adopt the necessary measures to reduce or regulate the use of plant protection products in Natura 2000 land sites. A decision that points to better control of these substances. The Council of State ruled in favor… Read More

41 civil society organisations, including several of the organisers of the successful European Citizens’ Initiative #StopGlyphosate and Justice Pesticides 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 [1] [2]. Here is our partner HEAL‘s press release:… Read More

With the help of the European Citizens’ Initiative “Save Bees and Farmers” of which Justice Pesticides is a part, which collected more than one million signatures to end pesticides in the European Union, our partner Pesticides Action Network Europe (PAN-EU) publishes a report “Pesticides in our Bedroom“. This report shows that a significant number of… Read More