The documentary broadcast by Arte television channel “Pesticides: the European hypocrisy” exposes the inconsistencies of the European policy on dangerous pesticides, with, among others, the contribution of Larissa Bombardi, Brazilian geographer at the University of São Paulo and board member of Justice Pesticides. While the European Union (EU) has banned the use of a number… Read More

On July 7, 2022, our partner PAN Europe challenged the new extension of approval of the toxic pesticide Dimoxystrobin granted by the European Commission, before the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). PAN EU intends to denounce the current practice of systematically re-approving dangerous pesticides by the European institution, without any adequate re-evaluation… Read More

The association Good Food Good Farming (GFGF) invites European citizens to participate in a European participatory science action, Pesticide-Checkup! Until June 30, 2022, it is proposed to all those who want to request a hair test, conducted by an independent French laboratory, which will seek to detect the presence of residues of 30 pesticides in… Read More

Agriculture is widely contaminated by plastic pollution, notably by the presence of plastics in greenhouse films or in product packaging. Beyond this already well-known pollution, our partner CIEL (Center for International Environmental Law) denounces a new source of plastic pollution in its report Sowing a Plastic Planet: How Microplastics in Agrochemicals Are Affecting Our Soils,… Read More

For its eighth 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 Canada, Mexico, the European Union, Spain and the United States. We hope you find this information interesting… Read More