Pesticide Action Network Europe

PAN Europe

Pesticide Action Network Europe

Type NGO
Website pan-europe.info
Twitter
Year founded 1987
Location Brussels Belgium Belgium
Functions Advocacy, Research
Funding sources Foundations or grants
Tags agriculture environment pesticides
Summary Pesticide Action Network (PAN)(link is external) was founded in 1982 and is a network of over 600 non-governmental organisations, institutions and individuals in over 60 countries worldwide working to minimise the negative effects of hazardous pesticides and to replace their use with ecologically sound and socially just alternatives. Its projects and campaigns are coordinated by five autonomous Regional Centres. PAN Europe is the regional center in Europe. It was founded in 1987 and brings together 38 consumer, public health, and environmental organisations, trades unions, women's groups and farmer associations from across Europe. We work to eliminate dependency on chemical pesticides and to support safe sustainable pest control methods. PAN Europe is committed to bringing about a substantial reduction in pesticide use throughout Europe. Pesticide (including biocides) reduction is a prerequisite for improvements of public and workers' health, protection of the environment, and its strict implementation is in line with the precautionary principle. PAN Europe's vision is of a world in which high agricultural productivity is achieved by truly sustainable agricultural production systems in which agrochemical inputs and environmental damage are minimised, and where local people control local production using local varieties.

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PAN Europe: Pesticide Action Network Europe · 11 January 2023 English

The Guidance document7 also mentions the need Instead of clarifying that derogations should not be for applicants to provide: “a robust justification for asked for by the agrochemical industry because …


PAN Europe: Pesticide Action Network Europe · 10 January 2023 English

The Commission is committed to ensuring that the ongoing renewal process for glyphosate is conducted in full compliance with the applicable legislation. [...] While it is indeed regrettable that the …


PAN Europe: Pesticide Action Network Europe · 15 December 2022 English

That would be a slap in the face of the 1,1 million Europeans that filed an official request to drastically reduce pesticide use in the Save Bees and Farmers EU …


PAN Europe: Pesticide Action Network Europe · 14 December 2022 English

Elements to be improved The proposal does not fully address the effects of chemical cocktails, even if this was one of the key issues to be resolved by this initiative …


PAN Europe: Pesticide Action Network Europe · 8 December 2022 English

As recognised by the Children Right Committee of the United Nations: “The care that women receive before, during and after their pregnancy has profound implications for the health and development …


PAN Europe: Pesticide Action Network Europe · 6 December 2022 French

A l’attention d’Elisabeth Borne, Première Ministre Christophe Béchu, ministre de la Transition écologique et de la Cohésion des territoires de France Marc Fesneau, ministre de l'Agriculture et de la Souveraineté …


PAN Europe: Pesticide Action Network Europe · 6 December 2022 French

Cette proposition s'inscrit dans le cadre des stratégies européennes « Pacte vert » (Green Deal) et « De la ferme à la table » (From Farm to Fork) ainsi que …


PAN Europe: Pesticide Action Network Europe · 2 December 2022 Spanish

Como han destacado los grupos de la sociedad civil2 y más de 660 científicos y otros expertos en sistemas alimentarios3, posponer y diluir la acción medioambiental, como los objetivos de …


PAN Europe: Pesticide Action Network Europe · 29 November 2022 English

As shown in a recent legal analysis, by allowing the export of banned pesticides to African countries members of the Bamako Convention or parties to the Central American Regional Agreement …


PAN Europe: Pesticide Action Network Europe · 23 November 2022 English

The implementing act foresees that it will be the task of the Member States to identify potential unacceptable co-formulants “on the basis of the information submitted in an application dossier” …


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