PAN Europe

PAN – Pesticide Action Network – Europe based in Brussels is a network organisations with 150 memberorganisations in the European region, including in 25 EU member states. PAN focuses on pesticides, their environmental and health impacts and the legislation regarding their authorization, use and disposal.  PAN recently created a network of partners interested in working together on endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) in pesticides, biocides, consumer goods and plastics. One of the main results of this collaboration had been the Consumer Guide on EDCs in food (www.disruptingfood.info).

REPORT OF THE ACTIVITIES
Chapter B 1.2. The science round table
* PANE – Childprotect – Activity B 1.2 – Science-policy round table
* Email Ottati Valerio
* Buonsante et al – 2014 – Risk assessment’s insensitive toxicity testing may cause it to fail
* Manservisia et al – 2015 – Effect of maternal exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals onreproduction and mammary gland development in female Sprague-Dawley rats
* Paulose et al – 2014 – Estrogens in the wrong place at the wrong time Fetal BPA exposureand mammary cancer
* Préau et al – 2015 – Thyroid hormone signaling during early neurogenesis and its significance as a vulnerable window for endocrine disruption
* Roadmap – Defining criteria for identifying Endocrine Disruptors in the context of the implementation of the Plant Protection Product Regulation and Biocidal Products Regulation
* PANE – PAN Europe’s position on EDCs-roadmap
Chapter B 1.3. Training session
* PANE – Childprotect – Action B 1.3 – Training Sessions
* PANE – EDCs-training
* PANE – Timeline Childprotect
* PANE – Summary EDCs training 1
* PANE – Summary EDCs training 2
Chapter B 1.4.2. Policy recommendations
* PANE – Childprotect – Action B 1.4.2 – Policy recommendations
* ENDS – DG Sanco accused of undermining endocrine rules
* EP – 39 MEPs signing up to questions endocrines
* PANE – Communication with Prof Glover
* PANE – Letter Mr. Andriukaitis policy in DG SANCO
* PANE – Proposal on performing an Impact Assessment (IA) on the criteria for endocrine disruption
* PANE – Request for access to documents related to the criteria for endocrine disrupting chemicals
Chapter B 2.1. Food sector
* PANE – Childprotect – Action B 2.1 – Food chain
* Albert Heijn – 150212 – Reaction on letter
* LIDL – 130325 – Reaction on letter
* PANE – 17 products average levels residues – 44 EDC’s calculated DE child
* PANE – Factsheet – Hormoonverstorende bestrijdingsmiddelen in groente en fruit 2012-2013
* PANE – Factsheet – Hormoonverstorende bestrijdingsmiddelen in supermarkten 2012-2013
* PANE – Factsheet – Priority list of endocrine disrupting pesticides in food to be phased out from the market
* PANE – Letter retail 150212 – Endocrine disrupting pesticides in fruit and vegetables
* PANE – Letter retail 150324 – Endocrine disrupting pesticides in fruit and vegetables – your data
* PANE – Letter to Exki – Pesticides with hormone disrupting properties in fruits and vegetables
* PANE – Lunchrooms to which a letter and a consumer guide has been sent (2013)
* Rob Wessels – Meeting 2014
Chapter B 3.2. Informing consumers
* PANE – Childprotect – Action B 3.2 – Informing consumers

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Calendar

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27 Mar 2015 | Driebergen

Protecting children from EDC exposure workshop

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