27 NGOs express concerns about delay of the outcome of the EU chemicals policy fitness check.
On June 10, HEJSupport and Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) met with representatives of Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) to discuss important issues on measures to address toxic chemicals in plastic waste and recycled consumer products.
Mehr als 100 Nichtregierungsorganisationen, darunter HEJSupport, fordern von Gesundheitsminister Spahn einem generellen Verbot von Amalgamfüllungen zuzustimmen.
HEJSupport fordert, gemeinsam mit anderen NGOs, Umweltministerin Schulze auf, sich bei der Umweltministerin für eine EU EDC Strategie einzusetzen.
It is assumed that personal care products are designed not only to simplify the life of a modern woman, but also to protect them against external pollution, hinder the development of bacteria, and generally stand guard over women’s health. However, in practice this is far from the case.
The growing levels of plastic litter impacts the life of local communities by putting the biodiversity, ecosystems, fisheries, tourism and people’s health at risk, with women and children affected the most.