Results of the survey

A stakeholder feedback survey on the call areas ran from 19 May to 3 June.
Thank you to all who took part. Call area 8 received 390 responses. 

Survey results

About the call area

Public opinion surveys have shown that a majority of EU citizens are worried about the impact on their health of chemicals present in the environment and everyday products. The EU has put in place extensive legislation to protect the environment and health of citizens. However, we continue being exposed to manmade chemicals through water, food and air. These chemicals are suspected or proven to cause various health effects. Assessment their health risks is compromised by the fact that we are exposed to a large number of different mixtures of chemicals, not to single substances.

Each of the two topics proposed in the call will address one problem of major environmental health relevance: very persistent and mobile chemicals and chemical mixtures.
Proposals for innovative solutions to protect our health and the environment from persistent and mobile chemicals are sought as well as new ways to assess and manage risks of chemicals and pharmaceutical mixtures.

Topic 1: Innovative, systemic zero-pollution solutions to protect health, environment and natural resources from persistent and mobile chemicals  

Draft topic text (mid-May)

Slides provided to the Programme Committee (mid-April)

Topic 2: Fostering regulatory science to address chemical and pharmaceutical mixtures: from science to evidence-based policies

Draft topic text (mid-May)

Slides provided to the Programme Committee (mid-April)

Contact

RTD-H2020-GREEN-DEAL-CALL@ec.europa.eu