Buglife, ClientEarth, SumOfUs.org and three other European NGOs are applying to the courts to defend a ban of three deadly wildlife-harming chemicals.
Some pesticides have been banned by the European Commission. Some companies are challenging this pesticides ban, so we’re standing up for the bees.
We’ve joined with 12 other organisations to call for the UK Govt to show its commitment to reversing bee declines with a ban on neonicotinoid pesticides.
The UK Government to show its commitment to reversing pollinator declines by fully enforcing the ban on bee-harming pesticide use.
Plastic-free beauty – how do you take the plastic out of pampering?
Now is the perfect time to sow seeds which help protect bees
Nanomaterials are 100,000 times smaller than a human hair, so why are they causing big problems in Brussels?
Five surprising things I learned in a week without single-use plastic.
Day one of an attempt to live without plastic for a month – some unexpected challenges
Our new chemicals safety report shows manufacturers are inadequately reporting information on dangerous chemicals used in everyday products,
Beekeepers and supporters will be marching on Parliament to persuade Government to support an EU ban of chemicals that are harmful to bees.
We know plastics are everywhere, but scientists have now found 1mm micro-plastics in the fish we eat
The European Commission recently published a Communication assessing the adequacy and implementation of EU legislation for nanomaterials, yet the EC has a habit of ignoring its own conclusions.
A scientific report released this week by the European Commission demonstrates that there is growing evidence “gender bending” chemicals are contributing to a variety of adverse effects.
The smallest car in the world is one billionth of a metre. 60,000 times smaller than the thickness of a hair. And is self-propelled. Instead of carrying people or freight, it could transport molecules and atoms and be used to reconstruct damaged cells.
From 2006 an incredible decline in the bees’ population has been observed in the UK, Italy, Germany, France, Belgium, Canada and the USA. Declines in bees’ population are not a new phenomenon.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) was set up in 2002 as an independent watchdog working to avoid and address food risks (and food crises) in Europe.
If there was a substance that could cause birth defects, affect brain development, promote breast cancer, prostate cancer and diabetes, change the gender of wild fish, increase heart disease, decrease your chance to have children and make you obese, where is the last place you would put it?