On 12 December 2019, the Glyphosate Renewal Group (a group of companies seeking the renewal of approval of glyphosate in the EU), sent an application for the renewal of approval of glyphosate post-2022 to the AGG, the other Member States, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and the European Commission An alliance of chemical firms has published thousands of scientific studies online to support its application for the EU licence renewal of glyphosate, which is due to expire in December 2022 Application for renewal. In 2019, the Glyphosate Renewal Group (GRG), a group of companies seeking the renewal of approval of the substance in the EU, formally applied to renew the approval of glyphosate for use after the current period expires at the end of 2022. This application initiated the renewal process as provided for by EU legislation. The application is being considered and assessed.
Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/2324 of 12 December 2017 renewing the approval of the active substance glyphosate in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the placing of plant protection products on the market, and amending the Annex to Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 540/2011 (Text with EEA relevance The GRG is a consortium of companies applying for the renewal of the approval in the EU for the active substance glyphosate in 2022. The AGG has held five pre-submission meetings with the GRG in 2019 (three face-to-face meetings and two conference calls) and three in 2020 (all conference calls)
As time is running out to renew the EU's license for glyphosate, lawmakers in the European Parliament approved a resolution on Tuesday that calls for the herbicide to be banned in the bloc altogether Five-year glyphosate renewal approved by EU Member States. The world's most-used herbicide glyphosate has been approved for renewal within the EU today following a turbulent period of uncertainty and deadlock. EU Member States met on Monday afternoon (27 November) to discuss a licence extension for the controversial herbicide glyphosate . EU member states agreed on Monday (27 November) on a five-year renewal period for the controversial herbicide glyphosate, used by Monsanto in its Roundup product. The decision was taken by EU member states' experts, with 18 votes in favour, nine against and one abstention
A five-year renewal of the herbicide glyphosate, used in Monsanto's Roundup, was officially adopted by the European Commission on Tuesday (12 December). On the same day, the EU executive announced new proposals for January 2018 to increase transparency of scientific studies supporting approval of substances. Read and decide The discussions in the Standing Committee on Plants, Animals, Food and Feed on 18 and 19 May 2016 showed that in the specific situation of glyphosate a number of Member States, in their role as risk managers, considered that it was appropriate to have an opinion of the Committee for Risk Assessment of the European Chemicals Agency on the harmonised classification as regards carcinogenicity of glyphosate, before taking a decision on a renewal of the approval because such an opinion could be.
The EU approval of an active substance is only granted for a limited period of time (up to 15 years) and must be renewed regularly. As regards glyphosate, it had been under evaluation, since 2012, for a possible renewal of the approval, following the procedures laid down in EU legislation on plant protection products (PPPs) The five-year renewal given to the active ingredient in 2017 is due to expire on December 15th 2022. Various steps involved in the EU renewal process for the herbicide, glyphosate, and the tentative timeline has been outlined in a webinar conducted by the Glyphosate Renewal Group (GRG) comprising nine agrochemical companies A dossier containing 1,000 scientific studies on glyphosate seeking the renewal of the weedkiller in the EU has been submitted to the European Commission European Parliament resolution of 13 April 2016 on the draft Commission implementing regulation renewing the approval of the active substance glyphosate in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the placing of plant protection products on the market, and amending the Annex to Implementing Regulation (EU) No 540/2011 (D044281/01. . by 10 years its approval for weed-killer glyphosate, to restart negotiations with EU nations over renewing.
EU countries have voted to renew the licence of glyphosate, a widely used weedkiller at the centre of environmental concerns. The UK was among the states in favour of glyphosate renewal During the controversy surrounding the previous renewal of the glyphosate authorisation, the health authorities in Germany, the then Rapporteur Member State, came under heavy fire from members of the European Parliament for plagiarising entire sections of the renewal request submitted by the U.S. group Monsanto, in the assessment report they presented in 2017 The extension should apply to glyphosate, as its current EU expiry date is 15 December 2022, meaning that following Brexit its expiry date will be extended until at least 15 December 2025 in Great. European Union member states on Monday renewed the licence for the controversial weedkiller glyphosate for five more years, in a surprise decision to break a months-long stalemate. Representatives from 18 of the 28 members states voted in favour of the European Commission's proposal for a five-year renewal, with nine against and one abstained, the commission [ EFSA has published the background documents relating to its peer review of glyphosate. These are: the EFSA peer review report, containing the comments received during the different consultation phases and the outcomes of the expert meetings; the final Renewal Assessment Report prepared by the Rapporteur Member State (Germany), updated to take account of comments and discussions during the peer.
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Glyphosate - what comes next and where can I have my say? Communication No 002/2021 from the BfR of 1 February 2021 . Glyphosate is currently approved for use as an active substance in plant protection products in the EU until December 15 2022. The renewal process for the approval of glyphosate started in December 2019 .
The European Commission will propose extending by 10 years its approval for weed-killer glyphosate, EU to propose 10-year license renewal for weed killer glyphosate. By R Staff EU Committee Hung on Glyphosate Renewal 07.06.2016 - (c) Fotokostic/Shutterstock. At its Jun. 6 meeting in Brussels, the EU's Standing Committee on Plants, Animals, Food and Feed (Phytopharmaceuticals Section), the expert panel representing the 28 member states, failed to make a decision on whether to renew the sales authorization of glyphosate The European Commission will now issue a formal renewal of the licence for glyphosate in the EU. Reacting to the news, Greenpeace EU food policy director Franziska Achterberg said: The people who are supposed to protect us from dangerous pesticides have failed to do their jobs and betrayed the trust Europeans place in them The EU licence of the world's most used weedkiller runs out at the end of June. The Commission had tried to get the green light from national experts for a new licence, despite scientific evidence showing that glyphosate is a serious threat to our health and the environment  The Glyphosate Renewal Group (GRG) is a collection of companies established in 2019 to seek the renewal of the EU authorisation of the active substance glyphosate in 2022. To this end, its member companies join resources and efforts to prepare a single scientific dossier on the safety of glyphosate. According to Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 844/2012, associations of producers.
The EU executive will put a new proposal for a license renewal of between one and two years to experts from the EU's 28 nations on June 6, according to EU sources There has been a commotion in various media in recent years due to an announcement by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) that the weedkiller glyphosate was probably carcinogenic. In the meantime, a decision needed to be taken at the EU level on whether or not to renew the approval of glyphosate. High time then to report on the state of play (updated on September, 2020)
, saying there was no evidence it was toxic and banning it would severely harm farming Antrag auf Verlängerung. Im Jahr 2019 stellte die Glyphosat-Verlängerungsgruppe (Glyphosate Renewal Group, GRG) - eine Unternehmensgruppe, die die Erneuerung der Glyphosatgenehmigung in der EU anstrebt - einen förmlichen Antrag auf Genehmigung von Glyphosat über das Jahr 2022 hinaus. Damit wurde das in den EU-Rechtsvorschriften vorgesehene Überprüfungsverfahren eingeleitet Decision in Brussels fails to lay EU debate on glyphosate to rest. I asked the government to make the necessary arrangements so that the use of glyphosate is prohibited in France as soon as alternatives have been found, Macron tweeted after the vote.. A ban by France is a bold move from Macron.While he will win support from a solid caucus of green-minded voters, he risks a stinging backlash.
Commission in deciding whether or not to keep glyphosate on the EU list of approved active substances, and to inform the subsequent support of the possible renewal of the authorisation of glyphosate. Peer review begins. RAR sent to Member States and applicants for consultation and comments (BRUSSELS) - The European Commission renewed for 5 years EU approval of glyphosate Tuesday, following scientific assessment which it says concludes there is no link between glyphosate and cancer in humans. At the same time, the EU executive issued its formal response to European Citizens Initiative (ECI) #StopGlyphosate, saying it saw no scientific or legal grounds for a ban of glyphosate, and. Natural Health News — After months of debate and false starts, the European Union has agreed to relicence the herbicide glyphosate - the active ingredient in Roundup - for a further 5 years. EU member states have voted on numerous proposals to relicence the herbicide over the last two years, but votes consistently failed to reach the qualified majority necessary to move forward in one.
The EU glyphosate authorization for marketing is set to expire six months after the European Commission receives the opinion of the Committee for Risk Assessment of the European Chemicals Agency, which should happen within the next 10 or 15 weeks An initial round of votes on whether to renew glyphosate's license for a further 10 years in the EU on Wednesday morning failed to attract sufficient support today. This will spur the European Commission to negotiate a shorter renewal period with EU countries, people involved said EU nations will debate next week a far shorter licence renewal for weed-killer glyphosate, used in Monsanto's Roundup, amid a transatlantic row over whether it may cause cancer With five weeks to go before the licence for glyphosate expires (December 15), the European Union:https://ec.europa.eu/food/plant/pesticides/glyphosate_en.
To those who support the renewal of the registration of glyphosate or remain silent about it Corporate totalitarianism rules through dispensability and corruption. It treats communities, people, countries, ecosystems and species as disposable and dispensable. Update on glyphosate renewal: On May 17 2017, the European Commission announced it Highlights of the glyphosate authorisation renewal decision-making process. Initially, glyphosate was admitted to the European market in July 2002, a decision which was based on based on Directive 91/414/EEC. This directive has been replaced by Regulation 1107/2009/EU (on the marketing of Plant Protection Products)
This post is abridged from the euobserver EU member states agreed on Monday (27 November) on a five-year renewal period for the controversial herbicide glyphosate, used by Monsanto in its Roundup product. The decision was taken by EU member states' experts, with 18 votes in favour, nine against and one abstention. Germany's vote in favour of the proposal helped to reach a vote. French and German farmers jointly called on European governments to renew the license for glyphosate weedkiller, saying there was no evidence it was toxic and banning it would severely harm farming EU member states will vote on the renewal of the glyphosate licence on 25 October. EURACTIV France reports. EU services by EURACTIV New online marketplace for EU affairs CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE The European Commission has decided to extend the licence for glyphosate by 18 months, after member states failed to achieve a qualified majority in favour or against the executive's proposal
In the EU, the renewal of the glyphosate licence is currently a highly controversial topic. We hope that just like the EESC-President Georges Dassis concluded, people will be placed above the.. In other words, glyphosate lives on borrowed time. Second, after struggling to win member state support for the licence's renewal under the EU Pesticide Regulation, it is not the EU Commission but a majority of EU member states who took their responsibilities and voted to reauthorise the herbicide. Germany switches side
4 EU PEER REVIEW - GLYPHOSATE 2012-2013: First assessment by the Rapporteur Member State (RMS: Germany). Renewal assessment report (RAR) sent to EFSA 2014: Peer review with all Member States begins; public consultation launched on RAR 2015: First revision of the RAR Feb/March: Expert consultations with Member States on. HEALTH-EU/GLYPHOSATE (UPDATE 1):UPDATE 1-EU to propose shorter glyphosate licence renewal -source The European Commission's Appeal Committee, a group of representatives of EU Member States, voted yesterday (Nov. 27, 2017) for the renewal of the approval of glyphosate for five years (18 in. The procedure for the renewal of the approval of the active substance glyphosate generated a great deal of interest and a broader debate on the authorisation and use of pesticides in the EU. On 27 November 2017, Member States voted in favour of the Commission's proposal for a 5 year renewal of the approval
Renewal of the approval of active subst ance The approval of the active substance glyphosate, as specified in Annex I, is renewed subject to the conditions laid down in that Annex. Ar ticle 2 Amendments to Implementing Regulation (EU) No 540/201 Farm groups and the pesticide industry are welcoming an end to the debate over glyphosate's renewal in the EU, but they were hoping for a 15-year reauthorization No qualified majority for glyphosate renewal in vote today, said Luxembourg's Environment Minister Carole Dieschbourg on Twitter. Belgian Agriculture Minister Denis Ducarme confirmed the result. A qualified majority requires two conditions be met: that 55 percent of EU countries vote in favor, and that the proposal is supported by countries representing at least 65 percent of the total EU. A committee of experts that represents all 28 member states, the EU Standing Plant Animal Food and Feed (PAFF) Committee, did not vote on the renewal of glyphosate at a meeting at the beginning of March.The next PAFF committee meeting on pesticides is scheduled on 18 to 19 May where the issue of glyphosate licensing is expected to be raised again
The renewal of the EU authorisation for glyphosate was delayed at EU level with conflicting scientific assessments: The IARC concluded that glyphosate was probably carcinogenic to humans. It also found that there was limited evidence of carcinogenicity in humans for non-Hodgkin lymphoma but convincing evidence that glyphosate also can cause cancer in laboratory animals (EU) №380/2013). Following the strict terms and conditions established by Regulation 1141/2010, Europe N.V./S.A. on behalf of the Glyphosate Tas Force -of which BROKDEN, S.L.U. is part- submitted a renewal dossier for glyphosate, which clearly demonstrates that glyphosate complies with Regulation 1107/2009 requirement EFSA's public consultation procedure for the renewal of the approval of glyphosate is not user friendly because it imposes 1) the mandatory use of an electronic template, as well as 2) the signature of a disclaimer in order to obtain a copy of the renewal assessment report. As a result, the public consultation procedure was unfit for its purpose While many EU member countries support continued use of glyphosate, countries like France have already announced plans to oppose the license renewal. In previous meetings, large member states such.
On 12 November 2015, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) published its Conclusion on the peer review of the pesticide risk assessment of the active substance glyphosate in the framework of the renewal of the approval of the substance under Commission Regulation (EU) No 1141/20108 8 Commission Regulation (EU) No 1141/2010 of 7 December 2010 laying down the procedure for the renewal of the. Glyphosate's authorisation will expire in 2022 and its re-approval will take place in a changed legal and political landscape: the national phase of risk assessment is entrusted to a taskforce of four Member States, and, from 2021, the reform of the general food law will apply, imposing, inter alia, more ambitious transparency standards.Taking stock of these developments, this contribution. . ENVIRONMENT New Study Shows Glyphosate-Contaminated Soils Put Half of Europe at Risk October 23, 2017 2. New Study Shows Glyphosate Contaminated Soils Put Half of Europe at Risk Agribusiness giants have always interfered in the decisions of governments and international regulatory agencies in order to increase.
CPA statement on glyphosate renewal Commenting on EU Member States agreeing to renew the licence of glyphosate for 5 years CPA CEO Sarah Mukherjee said: Whilst we are pleased that the science has eventually prevailed, the politicisation of what should have been a standard re-approval process sets a worrying precedent for the future of crop protection and sustainable farming in Europe French and German farmers jointly called on European governments to renew the licence for glyphosate weedkiller, saying there was no evidence it was toxic and banning it would severely harm farming. The European Union is due to decide by the end of the year whether to extend the licensing of one of the world's most widely-used weedkillers. Glyphosate was initially created by U.S. agricultural. The next step for the troubled glyphosate renewal process will be for the EU Commission, those faceless, unelected bureaucrats, to come up with a new revised proposal that will bring Germany to approval by end of June when the old license expires or order glyphosate withdrawn from the entire EU market within six months according to Henry Rowlands' international GMO watchdog media.
It says: The total sales of glyphosate are estimated at 46,527 tonnes of a.i. (active ingredient) in 2017 across the EU 28+3 (49,427 tonnes of a.i. across the EU 28+4). Overall, sales of glyphosate represent 33% of total herbicide sales in the EU 28+3. Therefore, glyphosate is one of the most widely used herbicides in European agriculture The EU is taking another step into a greater realm of red tape with its regulatory precautionary principle as the EU Commission grapples with the scientific renewal of glyphosate
Bayer, as a member of the European Glyphosate Renewal Group (GRG), submitted the 2020 glyphosate dossier to the Assessment Group on Glyphosate (AGG) on 8 June, which officially started the process to renew the current approval of glyphosate in the EU from 15 December 2022 and beyond Glyphosate Task Force laments the extreme politicisation of an EU renewal process that is supposed to be based on science
The EU executive will put a new proposal for a license renewal of between one and two years to experts from the EU's 28 nations on June 6, according to EU sources. The Commission initially proposed a 15-year authorization, which it later cut to nine years, amid a transatlantic row over whether glyphosate may cause cancer EU member states agreed on Monday (27 November) on a five-year renewal period for the controversial herbicide glyphosate, used by Monsanto in its Roundup product. The decision was taken by EU member states' experts, with 18 votes in favour, nine against and one abstention. Read the full article on EuObserver website here Subsequently, the EU Member States failed to agree on the renewal of the approval of glyphosate before the expiry of the existing approval period. A number of Member States considered that it was appropriate to have an opinion of the Committee for Risk Assessment of the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) before taking a decision on renewal. 5
The reauthorization of controversial herbicide, glyphosate, has again failed to get the backing of an EU committee. Even though a majority of countries favored renewal, no qualified majority was reached in a vote today [6 June] at the Standing Committee on Plants, Animals, Food and Feed (SCOPAFF) the renewal of glyphosate for a limited period of time, a spokesperson for the Commission told us An EU committee has formally objected to the re-authorization of Glyphosate herbicide, calls for independent review and full disclosure. Skip to content. EU Committee Votes AGAINST Renewal of Glyphosate Herbicide. Ding Ding! EU Committee Votes AGAINST Renewal of Glyphosate Herbicide. 654 shares; by Christina Sarich Posted on March 25, 201 However, faced with growing uproar over the alleged dangers of glyphosate use, EU states balked last month at a renewal and the commission then proposed reducing the timeframe from ten years to.