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Pesticides and Parkinson’s Disease. A Well-Established Causal Relationship. Measures to Protect All Citizens. Romain Rigal September 2019 Submission Environmental rights
Alarming Increase in the Prevalence of Autism: Should We Worry About Pesticides? Louise Hénault-Ethier, Electra Dalamagas, Pascal Priori, Isabelle Pitrou September 2019 Report Environmental rights
Pesticide Free? Oui! — 2011 Progress Report: A Comparison of Provincial Cosmetic Pesticide Bans Nadine Bachand, Lisa Gue May 2011 Report Biodiversity
What’s Inside? That Counts: A Survey of Toxic Ingredients in our Cosmetics Lisa Gue October 2010 Polling results, Recommendation
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY — What’s Inside? That Counts: A Survey of Toxic Ingredients in our Cosmetics Lisa Gue October 2010 Executive summary
Debugging the Ban: Nine Pesticides Missing from Ontario’s Proposed Prohibitions August 2008 Report, Recommendation Biodiversity
Pesticide Free? Oui!: An Analysis of Quebec’s Pesticides Management Code and Recommendations for Effective Provincial Policy Lisa Gue, Lova Ramanitrarivo, Simona Untaru April 2008 Report Biodiversity
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY — Northern Exposure: Acute Pesticide Poisonings in Canada July 2007 Executive summary Environmental rights
Northern Exposure: Acute Pesticide Poisonings in Canada David R. Boyd June 2007 Report, Recommendation Environmental rights
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY — The Food We Eat: An International Comparison of Pesticide Regulations October 2006 Executive summary Environmental rights
The Food We Eat: An International Comparison of Pesticide Regulations David R. Boyd October 2006 Report, Recommendation Environmental rights
Fireproof Whales and Contaminated Mother’s Milk: The Inadequacy of Canada’s Proposed PBDE Regulations David R. Boyd, Scott Wallace October 2006 Report Biodiversity