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Open Letter RTRS in the media

In Dutch: 09.06.10 VILT: "NGOs geloven niet in label voor verantwoorde soja". http://www.vilt.be/Ngos_geloven_niet_in_label_voor_verantwoorde_soja This article includes a response from Belgian animal feed association BEMEFA, incorrectly claiming that RTRS soy will not be grown on recently deforested land, whereas the criteria do tolerate 'responsible' soy to be grown on recently deforested land. 14.06.10 Certificaat voor 'duurzame soja' vastgesteld http://www.oneworld.nl/index.php?articleId=25790&articleType=UitDeMedia&... 17.06.10 "Bestaat er maatschappelijk verantwoorde soja?" by Luc Vankrunkelsven, Wervel http://www.dewereldmorgen.be/artikels/2010/06/16/bestaat-er-maatschappel...
 

Corporate Europe Observatory is looking for an experienced campaigner to join our team and strengthen our work on exposing and challenging corporate lobbying capture of EU decision-making. Please respond before Wednesday May 18th 2016.

Problems with public consultations, and how “Better Regulation” will make them worse.

Story

A telling mistake

Ms Barbara Gallani, who will become EFSA's Director for Communications from 1 May, was up until late March 2016 working for the largest lobby group for the food and drink industry in the UK, the Food and Drink Federation (FDF).

Splits occur within European Commission, as European Parliament, Ombudsman and NGOs increase the pressure for implementing UN rules for contacts with tobacco industry lobbyists.

The corporate lobby tour

Stop the Crop

Alternative Trade Mandate