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Roadmap points Europe toward safer, sustainable chemicals

EU Commission releases ambitious strategy for getting hormone-disrupting chemicals out of food, products, and packaging.

Europe's chief policy-making body Wednesday called for a safer, more sustainable chemicals market, plotting a zero-tolerance approach that nearly eliminates hormone mimicking compounds.

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Listen: EHN reporter discusses EPA's new proposed air pollution limits

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Paul Ehrlich: A journey through science and politics

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Investigation: PFAS on our shelves and in our bodies

Testing finds concerning chemicals in everything from sports bras to ketchup, including in brands labeled PFAS-free.

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Just one meal of caught fish per year is a significant dose of PFAS

“These fish are incredibly contaminated.”