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Fluoropolymers are at the forefront of achieving the targets of the Green deal. Many sectors driving the decarbonisation path are dependent on these products. Join us live to discuss how the Green Deal and regulatory measures impose risks of destabilizing the EU decarbonization commitments.
Discussing on the socio-economic relevance of copper, as well as the response to technical and regulatory challenges at the EU level.
Discussion with distinguished speakers from ministries, EU institutions, the farming community, and the industry.
Our ‘Helix team’, leading on the PFAS, is delighted to share its expertise by showcasing some of the practical insights of the upcoming REACH Restriction.
EU Focus Group Managing Partner Pascal Michaux will speak at the Warsaw Webinar organised by the Polish Federation of Fruits & Vegetables, under cooperation with Gardening sector Core Team, Polish Fruits & Vegetables Association and Agroekoton Association.
High-level panel to discuss on the risks for companies and governments that emanate from the new dynamics in energy and how to mitigate them.
EU Focus Group Managing Partner Pascal Michaux spoke at Die Fresenius Akademie on Pesticides and sustainability
This training has provided up-to-date knowledge on the sustainability requirements within the framework of Regulation 1107/2009, the impact assessment of the Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability (CSS) and the different provisions of Regulation 1107/2009 that may be affected.
High-level panel debate to stimulate policy discussions to build imaginative and pragmatic solutions in the new era for energy sources in Europe.
The Chemical Sustainability Strategy ambitions to define what is essential and what is not, which requires a qualitative assessment to include the societal value of an end-product.
Une solution pour permettre aux agriculteurs d’agir face à la compétitivité, à la crise sanitaire, au changement climatique, et aux normes en matière de sécurité alimentaire et sanitaire
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