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ECPA is a sponsor of this years AgChem & Technology Europe Congress with active participation of Graeme Taylor as a speaker.
The main topic will be "Facilitating the innovation of sustainable R&D, formulations and application technologies within agriculture."
20-21 November 2018
ECPA is a sponsor of the AgChem and Technology Congress in London
ECPA releases a new web-based series focused on food production issues
Code of Conduct on agricultural data sharing signing
Press Release Industry Data Transparency
Our thoughts on the POLITICO article: "Attack of the Bee Killers"
Letter to the Editor, POLITICO, 24th March 2017
Report highlights significant reduction in crop yields, crop value, self-sufficiency in staple crops
EU self-sufficiency in balance as EU votes on Endocrine Disruptor criteria...
Berlin-based research consultancy HFFA Research GmbH identifies significant economic and environmental impacts as a result of the European Commission’s decision to ban neonicotinoids in 2013
New Study Shows Neonicotinoid Ban has Cost European Oilseed Rape Farming...
Roxane Feller, Secretary General of IFAH-Europe to lead multi-stakeholder coalition
New leadership and website for European Agri-Food Chain Coalition: Call for...
Today, the European Crop Protection Association (ECPA) General Assembly voted unanimously to appoint Eric Dereudre as its new President, to succeed outgoing President Martin Dawkins.
European Crop Protection Association elects new President
First-of-its-kind event highlights need for EU to Return to science-based decision making
The Great Pesticides Debate
ECPA declines to accept award from organisation at odds with widely accepted notion that everyone should be treated equally
Democracy for Sale: Why we declined to accept the award
Towards a better understanding of accuracy, validity, of surrogate measures of PPP exposure for use in epidemiological studies
ECPA seeks epidemiological study research proposals