The European Parliament’s Environment Committee has called for a veto of the European Commission’s proposal to exempt some chemicals from the scope of criteria for identifying endocrine disruptors in pesticides.

In a resolution voted on September 28, the MEPs agreed that the Commission exceeded its mandate by proposing to exempt some substances, such as pesticides deliberately designed to attack a target organism’s endocrine system, from the scope of scientific criteria for identifying endocr...


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