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Ensuring a higher level of protection from pesticides in Europe: the problems with current pesticide risk assessment procedures in the EU - and proposed solutions

Robinson, Claire; Clausing, Peter; Cavoski, Aleksandra; Roger, Apolline; Bernard, Alice; Whaley, Paul; Mesnage, Robin; Portier, Christopher J.; Millstone, Erik; Demeneix, Barbara; Belpoggi, Fiorella; Antoniou, Michael; Burtscher, Helmut; Stamati, Polyxeni Nicolopoulou; Cingotti, Natacha; Perroud, Sophie; Pigeon, Martin; Holland, Nina; Veillerette, Francois; Santos, Tatiana; Apoteker, Arnaud; Muilerman, Hans; Dermine, Martin; Lyssimachou, Angeliki


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@misc{robinson_claire_2018_2543743,
  author       = {Robinson, Claire and
                  Clausing, Peter and
                  Cavoski, Aleksandra and
                  Roger, Apolline and
                  Bernard, Alice and
                  Whaley, Paul and
                  Mesnage, Robin and
                  Portier, Christopher J. and
                  Millstone, Erik and
                  Demeneix, Barbara and
                  Belpoggi, Fiorella and
                  Antoniou, Michael and
                  Burtscher, Helmut and
                  Stamati, Polyxeni Nicolopoulou and
                  Cingotti, Natacha and
                  Perroud, Sophie and
                  Pigeon, Martin and
                  Holland, Nina and
                  Veillerette, Francois and
                  Santos, Tatiana and
                  Apoteker, Arnaud and
                  Muilerman, Hans and
                  Dermine, Martin and
                  Lyssimachou, Angeliki},
  title        = {{Ensuring a higher level of protection from 
                   pesticides in Europe: the problems with current
                   pesticide risk assessment procedures in the EU -
                   and proposed solutions}},
  month        = dec,
  year         = 2018,
  note         = {{The White Paper was developed by members of the 
                   coalition Citizens for Science in Pesticide
                   Regulation, in an initiative of Pesticide Action
                   Network Europe. The development process was
                   initiated by the authors during a workshop held in
                   Brussels in April 2018. Based on this work, a
                   manifesto was produced which calls for "rigorous
                   science, safe food and healthy environment"
                   through reform of the pesticide risk assessment
                   process. As of 18 January 2019 the manifesto had
                   gathered more than 130 civil society and
                   institutional supporters. More information about
                   Citizens for Science in Pesticide Regulation and
                   its activities can be found here:
                   https://citizens4pesticidereform.eu/}},
  publisher    = {Zenodo},
  doi          = {10.5281/zenodo.2543743},
  url          = {https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2543743}
}
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