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Critique of the ACC-CEFIC proposal for trans-Atlantic cooperation on chemicals

Toxic partnership – A critique of the ACC-CEFIC proposal for trans-Atlantic cooperation on chemicals Author(s): Vito Buonsante (ClientEarth) and Baskut Tuncak (Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)) Date: 03.2014 Source / Publisher: Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL) ClientEarth Key findings: The chemicals industry of trying to use TTIP to slow down the regulation of …

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TTIP – how the EU-US trade talks could harm our health by affecting chemicals regulation

TTIP – how the EU-US trade talks could harm our health by affecting chemicals regulation Author(s): HEAL and CHEMTrust Date: 03.2014 Key points: TTIP could undermine progress on chemicals, including pesticides in Europe. TTIP could prevent progress in EU Member States on chemicals, including pesticides. TTIP could undermine innovation toward safer chemicals. TTIP could force …

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Legal Fractures in Chemical Disclosure Laws

Legal Fractures in Chemical Disclosure Laws Why the Voluntary Chemical Disclosure Registry FracFocus Fails as a Regulatory Compliance Tool Author(s): KATE KONSCHNIK, WITH MARGARET HOLDEN AND ALEXA SHASTEEN Date: 04.2013 Key finding: In its current form, FracFocus is not an acceptable regulatory compliance method for chemical disclosures. Source / Publisher: Harvard Law School – Link …

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