BeeCaution seminar on the role of the precautionary principle in chemicals regulation
Precaution for Responsible Innovation: New Options to Move Forward
On May 11, the RECIPES project has held its dissemination conference “Precaution for Responsible Innovation: New Options to Move Forward”.
The pollinator crisis and the role of entomologists: editorial
Insect decline, an emerging global environmental risk
Over the past decades, evidence has mounted that the Earth’s entomofauna is in an ongoing state of collapse. Globally, insects make up three quarters of animal and plant species. But these little things that run the world seem to have been widely overlooked in science, nature conservation and environmental policy-making and law-making.
Pollinator conservation requires a stronger and broader application of the precautionary principle
The Blaise case: The precautionary principle and its role in judicial review
The approval renewal of glyphosate as an active substance for pesticides in the EU has also kept the Court of Justice occupied.
The article “Case C-616/17 Blaise and Others: The precautionary principle and its role in judicial review – Glyphosate and the regulatory framework for pesticides” was published on the Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law by Sabrina Röttger-Wirtz, Assistant professor of EU law at Maastricht University.