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Activists who damaged glyphosate containers told “EU law not on your side”

Environmental activists have sought to question the EU’s pesticides law to justify damaging glyphosate containers. But the EU court, in an opinion, has rejected their reasoning.

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French environmental activists who damaged containers of the controversial, glyphosate-based herbicide Roundup have said in their defence that the legal basis of pesticide approvals in the EU is at fault. However, the European Court of Justice has delivered an opinion rejecting their stance.

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