Pollinator decline, and more broadly insect decline, has become a pressing societal challenge. Jeroen Pvan der Sluijs, from the RECIPES Consortium, together with Stéphane Foucart and Jérôme Casas just published the editorial in the Insect Science journal: Halting the pollinator crisis requires entomologists
To fully understand the complexities and the controversies around the application of the precautionary principle, the RECIPES project conducted nine case studies. The aim was to understand and explain the potential differences in the application depending on the topic and the context. A comparison across the different cases indicates that the application of the precautionary principle had positive effects on innovation and contributed to more responsible pathways.
In June 2020, a diverse group of stakeholders met online to discuss the challenges of the precautionary principle and share their visions
In June 2019, four citizens’ meetings were organised in Italy by K&I, under the RECIPES project.
The 2019 edition of the Maastricht Centre for European Law academic opening event focused on the precautionary principle in the European legal order.
On 12 September 2019 the opening event "The Precautionary Principle in EU Law and Practice" was organised by the Maastricht Centre for European Law academic.