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What if all our meat were grown in a lab?

17-01-2018

Laboratory meat is grown from a small number of cells taken from a live animal and placed in a growth medium in a bioreactor where they proliferate independently. If meat cultured in this way became widely available, it could significantly alleviate the environmental problems currently caused by livestock production - such as greenhouse gas emissions and nitrogen pollution of waterways - without requiring humans to alter their consumption patterns. This publication provides an overview of the potential ...

Laboratory meat is grown from a small number of cells taken from a live animal and placed in a growth medium in a bioreactor where they proliferate independently. If meat cultured in this way became widely available, it could significantly alleviate the environmental problems currently caused by livestock production - such as greenhouse gas emissions and nitrogen pollution of waterways - without requiring humans to alter their consumption patterns. This publication provides an overview of the potential impacts of laboratory meat on environment, public health and farming, and makes suggestions for anticipatory policy-making in this area.

Workshop on “Stronger Bacteria. Weaker Antimicrobial. 1000000 deaths in EU by 2050. An Urgent Strong Antimicrobial Action Plan”

27-10-2017

This reports summarises four presentations by experts and discussion which took place at the workshop “Stronger Bacteria. Weaker Antimicrobial. 1000000 deaths in EU by 2050. "An Urgent Strong Antimicrobial Action Plan"”. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a complex issue of global concern. With the aim of discussing the main challenges related to this topic and the recently published “A European One Health Action Plan against Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)”, the workshop was hosted by Ms Soledad CABEZÓN ...

This reports summarises four presentations by experts and discussion which took place at the workshop “Stronger Bacteria. Weaker Antimicrobial. 1000000 deaths in EU by 2050. "An Urgent Strong Antimicrobial Action Plan"”. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a complex issue of global concern. With the aim of discussing the main challenges related to this topic and the recently published “A European One Health Action Plan against Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)”, the workshop was hosted by Ms Soledad CABEZÓN RUIZ (MEP) and Mr Alojz PETERLE (MEP) Co-chairs of the Health Working Group within the ENVI Committee.

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MEP Soledad Cabezon-Ruiz co-Chair ENVI Health Working Group

Human health implications of organic food and organic agriculture

20-12-2016

This study reviews existing scientific evidence regarding the impact of organic food on human health from an EU perspective, with a focus on public health. The development of environmentally sustainable and healthy food systems is an international priority. The study examines how organic food and organic agriculture can contribute to this in relation to public health. Human and animal studies directly addressing the health effects of organic food are reviewed. Furthermore, evidence linking principles ...

This study reviews existing scientific evidence regarding the impact of organic food on human health from an EU perspective, with a focus on public health. The development of environmentally sustainable and healthy food systems is an international priority. The study examines how organic food and organic agriculture can contribute to this in relation to public health. Human and animal studies directly addressing the health effects of organic food are reviewed. Furthermore, evidence linking principles and rules of organic production to human health effects is discussed.

More action needed on antibiotic resistance

09-11-2016

The rise of antimicrobial resistance – when bacteria and other microorganisms become resistant to the treatments used against the infections they cause – is a pressing public health issue. Cross-sector efforts, particularly awareness-raising, are being intensified, both in the EU and globally. This 'At a glance' note updates an earlier version of June 2015: PE 559.484.

The rise of antimicrobial resistance – when bacteria and other microorganisms become resistant to the treatments used against the infections they cause – is a pressing public health issue. Cross-sector efforts, particularly awareness-raising, are being intensified, both in the EU and globally. This 'At a glance' note updates an earlier version of June 2015: PE 559.484.

Safer Healthcare in Europe: Improving Patient Safety and Fighting Antimicrobial Resistance

13-07-2015

This report summarises the presentations and discussions at the Workshop on ‘Safer healthcare in Europe: improving patient safety and fighting antimicrobial resistance’, held at the European Parliament in Brussels, on Tuesday 24 February 2015. The aim of the workshop was to discuss the main challenges and future perspectives related to the topic of patient safety and the threat of antimicrobial resistance in Europe. The workshop was hosted by MEP Piernicola PEDICINI, ENVI Committee Rapporteur for ...

This report summarises the presentations and discussions at the Workshop on ‘Safer healthcare in Europe: improving patient safety and fighting antimicrobial resistance’, held at the European Parliament in Brussels, on Tuesday 24 February 2015. The aim of the workshop was to discuss the main challenges and future perspectives related to the topic of patient safety and the threat of antimicrobial resistance in Europe. The workshop was hosted by MEP Piernicola PEDICINI, ENVI Committee Rapporteur for the Parliament’s own initiative report on this topic.

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Piernicola PEDICIN (MEP, European Parliament), Maria IGLESIA (European Commission), Dominique MONNET (European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control - ECDC), Cristina PADEANU (European Patients’ Forum - EPF), Andrea SORICELLI (University Parthenope of Naples ; Institute of Diagnostic and Nuclear Development - SDN Foundation), Marta HUGAS (European Food Safety Agency - EFSA), Antoine ANDREMONT (Hôpital Bichat Claude-Bernard, AP-HP) and Janice SCOTT (Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust)

New EU actions to tackle antibiotic resistance

03-06-2015

The discovery of antibiotics revolutionised the treatment of infectious diseases. Their use and misuse, however, have contributed to what is known as 'antibiotic resistance'. Each year in the European Union (EU), over 25 000 people die from infections caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria. This is not only a significant health concern, but also a food safety problem. Antibiotic resistance will remain an EU priority after 2016 and has been included on the G7 Summit agenda.

The discovery of antibiotics revolutionised the treatment of infectious diseases. Their use and misuse, however, have contributed to what is known as 'antibiotic resistance'. Each year in the European Union (EU), over 25 000 people die from infections caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria. This is not only a significant health concern, but also a food safety problem. Antibiotic resistance will remain an EU priority after 2016 and has been included on the G7 Summit agenda.

Antibiotics in agriculture & antibiotic resistance

07-04-2011

The spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria poses an urgent problem. Antibiotics are used widely in agriculture, contributing to resistance.

The spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria poses an urgent problem. Antibiotics are used widely in agriculture, contributing to resistance.

Antibiotic Resistance

02-10-2006

This document contains deliverable no. 3 of the project on Antibiotic Resistance. The report draws on discussions with a range of experts at an extended working group meeting in Copenhagen on June 27th 2006 and a workshop at the European Parliament on September 13th 2006.

This document contains deliverable no. 3 of the project on Antibiotic Resistance. The report draws on discussions with a range of experts at an extended working group meeting in Copenhagen on June 27th 2006 and a workshop at the European Parliament on September 13th 2006.

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ETAG (European Technology Assessment Group) ; Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis (ITAS), Karlsruhe ; Danish Board of Technology (DBT), Copenhagen ; Flemish Institute for Science and Technology Assessment (viWTA), Brussels ; Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST), London ; Rathenau Institute, The Hague ; Ulla Holm Vincentsen and Benjamin Michael Hope (DBT)

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