CropLife Europe- DAPT position on the applicability of the EFSA guidance on dermal absorption in the context of the draft Brazilian regulation and guidance on Exposure assessment of operators, workers, residents and bystanders for the risk assessment to pesticides
The purpose of this living document is to capture key and/or most frequent questions raised by applicants in the PPP and GMO sectors regarding the implementation of the Transparency Regulation 1381/2019, as well as responses when available.
- V1.4 – 1st April 2021 – Update following publication of EFSA Q&A document (link): A3, A6, A7, A9, A11, A14, A15, A16, A17, A18, A22, A23, A26, A27, A29, A32, A38, A39, A41, A43, A44, A45, A46, A50, A53, A55, A56, A57, A58, A63.
The EU code of conduct on agricultural data sharing will look at general principles for sharing agricultural data from farm to farm products within the agro-food chain. It constitutes a joint effort from signatory organisations to shed greater light on contractual relations and provide guidance on the use of agricultural data.
The Farm to Fork strategy seeks to improve sustainable food production and consumption with a holistic approach. CropLife Europe supports the ambition of this Strategy and is committed to sustainable agricultural technologies. As an Industry that supports farmers and food production, we commit to playing our part to innovate for the delivery of the Green Deal objectives and the deployment of ever more sustainable solutions. CropLife Europe welcomes the opportunity to comment on the joint draft own initiative report.
CropLife Europe welcomes the organic action plan as an important piece of the Farm to Fork equation. Whilst there are important trade-offs to be considered through the increase of organic farming in the EU we recognize the importance of stimulating sustainability through the increased diversity of agricultural practices. Our industry will continue innovating to support the needs of organic farmers.Download
This report was cosponsored by CropLife Europe (ECPA)
Excerpt from intro: “The need for an ecological transition is now finally starting to be discussed by governments and international organisations around the world. This and the climate momentum can give us real hope that action may start to be taken to shift our production and consumption systems towards a circular and sustainable model. But talking is one thing, and doing is another.
Without fundamental changes, the costs of dealing with global heating, extreme weather events and consequences of biodiversity loss will soon be difficult to sustain, and in order to address these challenges, all sectors need to embrace this transition, and agriculture is no exception.
- Impact of COVID19 situation on submissions
- Improving the efficiency of the process of a.s. approval / renewal
- New Transparency rules: General Food Law amendment and implementation
In view of the current situation due to the covid-19 pandemic, we would like to inform you about the foreseen impact on regulatory deadlines linked to plant protection products processes.
While the EFSA platform dedicated to host all of this data is currently experiencing certain shortcomings CropLife Europe would like to reiterate its commitment towards the objectives of the Transparency Regulation.Download
A guide to the stringent scientific testing required by EU RegulationDownload