The People’s Inquiry wants to hear from you…
The People’s Inquiry into the Impacts and Effects of Toxic Chemicals and Poisons on our People, Wildlife and Environment – Te Uiuinga e pā ana ki nga Pātanga me nga Tukinotanga a nga Matū Tāoke me nga Paitini ki ngā Tāngata, nga Kararehe Kōwao me te Taiao
The Inquiry is open from March 2020, and is accepting submissions from people who have been harmed by chemical exposure, or have observed the effects first hand. The Inquiry also welcomes submissions and reports from scientists, researchers and those working on non-toxic sustainable solutions in New Zealand.
A Hearing will be held in Auckland in 2021 with independent expert Commissioners. Further information on dates, venue and Commissioners will be released soon. To express your interest in making a submission or following the Inquiry click through to the registration form above.
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The public Hearing will take place in 2021 in Auckland. Dates and a venue for the Hearing will be announced soon.
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“By their very nature, chemical controls are self-defeating, for they have been devised and applied without taking into account complex biological systems against which they have been blindly hurled. The chemicals may have been pretested against a few individual species, but not against living communities.”
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