Of Rights and Poisons: Accountability of the Agrochemical Industry

This report by PAN Asia Pacific and its partners highlights results of seven-country study on the impact of highly hazardous pesticides (HHPs) on people’s health and the environment. The report found that the agrochemical transnational corporations (TNCs), their subsidiaries as well as local pesticide manufacturers and distributors are producing and distributing HHPs that cause acute and chronic health effects particularly to children and other vulnerable people. These pesticides are also known to cause environmental damage and loss of biodiversity.

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