Urgent change is needed to regulate the harmful impact chemicals have on the environment, a new study has revealed.

Posted on July 23, 2018 in News, Research by . Share this article

Grantham Supervisor Professor Lorraine Maltby is one of the lead authors of a new paper which identifies important questions that researchers must address in order to help protect our planet from chemicals

International study has identified the most important questions that researchers must address in order to help protect our planet over the next decade.

Chemicals released by human activity; such as driving cars, using toiletries and using pesticides, are resulting in a loss of biodiversity, increased natural hazards and presenting threats to food, water and energy security.

Research aims to serve as a road map for policy makers, regulators, industry and funders.

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