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WECF on endocrine disruptors: “We need both individual and collective action”

Radio station RFI interviews WECF’s Elisabeth Ruffinengo on endocrine disrupting chemicals

07.10.2015 |



Radio station RFI interviewed WECF’s Elisabeth Ruffinengo on endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs). During the radio broadcast, Ruffinengo explains what needs to be done to reduce exposure to these hazardous chemicals.

Listen to the full interview here (in French).


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