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PollinERA – Understanding pesticide-Pollinator interactions to support EU Environmental Risk Assessment and policy
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Edited by Christopher John Topping, Fabio Sgolastra, Emilio Benfenati, Andreas Focks, Maj Rundlöf, Xiaodong Duan

This collection hosts the outcomes from the Horizon Europe project PollinERA, grant agreement No. 101135005 (2024-2027), which aims to reverse pollinator population declines and reduce the harmful impacts of pesticides through developing a new systems based environmental risk assessment scheme, tools, and protocols. It includes a broad range of toxicological testing, feeding to in silico models (QSARS, toxicokinetic/toxicodynamic, and ALMaSS agent-based population simulations). Using a strong stakeholder co-development approach, these models will be combined in a One System framework, taking a systems view on risk assessment and policy evaluation, including an international monitoring program developed within the project. The One System framework builds on the recent EFSA Roadmap for action on the environmental risk assessment of chemicals for insect pollinators (IPol‐ERA) project. It expands the environmental risk assessment tools currently used for honey bees to include wild bees, butterflies, moths and hoverflies.  

As the PollinERA project progresses, the RIO Collection will continue to expand, serving as a repository for researchers, policymakers, and practitioners and offering a diverse array of reports, protocols, methodologies, and research papers. 

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