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Risk Communication Comes Under Public Pressure

6:30 AM MDT | April 10, 2012 | Ragnar Lofstedt

By Ragnar Lofstedt, Professor and Director of the Kings Centre for Risk Management, Department of Geography King’s College London. Environmental organisations have enthusiastically welcomed the European Commission’s recent publication on endocrine disruptors[1] released in February as it acknowledged the lack of relevant data on endocrine disrupting properties and defined criteria at EU level. It has also generated widespread coverage on the topic by media eager to revisit the destiny of Bisphenol A (BPA).    ...

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