Why REACH Is Letting Animals Down
REACH is the largest animal testing programme in the world, with upwards of 50 million animals estimated to suffer and die in experiments.
Were Animals Poisoned in Unauthorised Chemical Tests? PETA Complaint Triggers EU Inquiry
In 2011, we learned that animals may have been poisoned and killed in toxicity tests that should never have taken place, as part of the EU’s chemical testing programme.
REACH: A Glimmer of Hope?
World’s largest chemical testing programme – Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) – also happens to be the world’s largest animal killing programme.
The World’s Largest Animal Testing Programme – Even Worse Than You Thought
The world’s largest animal testing programme – which has already killed an estimated 200,000 animals – is killing tens of thousands more animals than the law says it should.
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