Europe’s sustainability agenda needs knowledge for action and more concrete targets to achieve its ambitions

The European Green Deal has set unprecedented sustainability ambitions for the European Union (EU) and calls for transformational change across society. To realise such far-reaching changes, Europe needs knowledge for action. This means better uptake and use of existing knowledge, new types of knowledge, new ways of creating knowledge, and, in some policy areas, better […]

New guideline reduces animal testing and protects from allergies caused by chemicals

ECHA has published advice to registrants on how to reliably combine different  sources of alternative data when assessing skin sensitisation of chemicals. This reduces the need to test on animals, while protecting people from allergies. The advice is based on a recent OECD guideline.