The Second Annual Forum on Endocrine Disruptors took place virtually on 17-18 December 2020. For more information, and to view the full report and speaker presentations, visit the event page.
European Commission, Conference Centre Albert Borschette, rue Froissart 36, 1040 Brussels
8 November 2019
On behalf of the European Commission, DG Environment organised the first annual Forum on Endocrine Disruptors on 8 November at the EC Conference Centre Albert Borschette.
This is one of the actions in the Commission Communication of November 2018 « Towards a comprehensive European Union Framework on Endocrine Disruptors ».
The Forum brought together almost 200 public and private stakeholders and scientists with expertise on endocrine disruptors to exchange information, identify challenges and build synergies in order to inform the Commission’s reflections.
Video recordings of the event
The Square, Brussels
27-28 June 2019
EU chemicals policy encompasses more than 40 pieces of legislation, covering the chemicals producing sector, but also related downstream industries that use chemicals, including the full lifecycle of products manufactured and those imported in Europe and the protection of the environment. It has evolved and expanded significantly since the adoption of the first chemicals-related directive in the late 1960s, illustrating the continuous commitment to achieving a high level of protection of human health and the environment, as well as to ensuring the free movement of chemicals in the internal market.
Over the past few years, the European Commission has been working on three major evaluations within the EU chemicals policy. The first is the REACH Review, published in March 2018, which evaluates REACH and proposes actions to improve its implementation. The second is an assessment of options for the improved interface between chemicals, products and waste legislation, published in 2018 within the context of the EU Circular Economy Action Plan. The third is a very broad evaluation (Fitness Check) of the most relevant EU chemicals legislation (excluding REACH), which will be published in the first half of June.
At the conference, the European Commission and its organising partner – the Ministry for Environment and Food of Denmark – are inviting all stakeholders involved in the EU chemicals policy:
More information: Concept note and draft programme