Reports & Infographics

 
 
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Broader impact of criteria for endocrine disrupting properties for crop...

 
From research to approval, pesticides are some of the most rigorously tested chemical products in the world.
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Pesticides: A guide to the stringent scientific testing required by EU...

 
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Neonicotinoid ban hits farmers and environment

 
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Banning Neonicotinoids in the European Union: An ex-post assessment of...

 
Pesticides have been a source of controversy for many decades.
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Low Yield Report

 
The process of regulation has been politicised, it is increasingly dismissive of science and innovation, and it overlooks the merits of risk-management, and the fact that farmers need access to the right tools to put a safe and secure supply of food
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Low Yield Legislation

 
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Potential Trade Effects on Selected Agricultural Exporters to EU Under...

 
The Endocrine System is the body’s mechanism for controlling hormones – which control a number of essential bodily functions, including growth and development. Here’s how it works…
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Understanding the Endocrine System

 
The environmental benefits of field margins depend upon how they are implemented and managed, and where they are located within the landscape. Arable field margins are an important tool used in agri-environment schemes throughout the EU.
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Multifunctional Role of Field Margins in Arable Farming (science poster)

 
A consumer survey fielded in April 2016 by YouGov Plc has shed light on European adults’ understanding the realities of food production.
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Consumer Understanding of the Global Food Challenge

 
Agrochemical Research and development: - The Cost of New Product Discovery, Development and Registration - Industry R&D expenditure in 2014 and expectations for 2019 A Consultancy Study for CLI and ECPA
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Agrochemical research and development (R&D report 2016)

 
INSPIA promotes sustainable management practices for agriculture that protect the ecosystem services provided by biodiversity, and contribute to safeguarding the soil and water resources on which sustainable agricultural productivity depends
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INSPIA - European Index for Sustainable Productive Agriculture

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Gavin Whitmore
Senior Manager Biodiversity & Communication