How is big business using the EU's trade and investment agreements to sideline people, planet and democracy?
Despite growing concerns among the European public, the new EU proposal on regulatory cooperation in TTIP does nothing to address the upcoming democratic threats.
An investigation led by research and campaign group Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO) and journalist Stéphane Horel exposes corporate lobby groups mobilising to stop the EU taking action on hormone (endocrine) disrupting chemicals (EDCs). The report sheds light on how corporations and their lobby groups have used numerous tactics from the corporate lobbying playbook: scaremongering, evidence-discrediting, and delaying tactics as well as the ongoing TTIP negotiations as a leverage.
Letter from to Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström on a new TTIP proposal on "regulatory cooperation".
Ahead of the 12th round of TTIP negotiations, 280 civil society groups from across Europe have called on the EU and the US to eliminate excessive investor rights from the TTIP, CETA and all other trade deals.
Regulatory cooperation in TTIP and Better Regulation, two processes for big business, which will weaken, delay or abolish standards.
The ongoing EU-US trade negotiations, TTIP, seek to bring rules on both sides of the Atlantic together by means of so-called regulatory cooperation. Our new report with LobbyControl "Dangerous Regulatory Duet" finds that regulatory cooperation procedures have already been used to delay, water down and prevent legislation in the public interest.
Watch how corporations are using TTIP to promote their climate-trashing agenda.
Leaked document shows EU ditch climate measures if they sideline trade orthodoxy.
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