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Gender equality reports

D92 Financial and legal management Lead WU This management task will cover i the preparation of a Consortium Agreement to regulate the management bodies the decisionmaking process and the management of IP and priorexisting knowledge ii the financial administration of the project ie the timely distribution of funding to the partners via a dedicated Euro account the budget management utilization and monitoring and the preparation of annual consortium consolidated financial statements and iii the preparation of periodic management reports including justification of costs and Form C of all beneficiaries Online reporting tools are envisioned to ensure efficient communication between project management and project partners

Literature review

D22 Literature review and collection of existing data on PPPs distribution and accumulation in ecosystems plants animals and humans Lead UBERN Other partners involved AU IISPV and CSS coordinators WU UBERN AU RAM UAVR UL INTA IPTPO UPCT MU UBORDA scoping review of existing literature on PPPs exposure and health effects will be performed as well as databases from running projects gather available CSS data and conduct semistructured interviews at CSS to support an integrated risk management tool for EPAH health based on EFSA work from 2019 httpswwwefsaeuropaeuenefsajournalpub5634 This review will be the platform for the development of an inventory of PPPs exposure as well as for the development of an integrated diagnostic approach The review will provide information on current knowledge knowns and identify gaps relevant to advancing the field unknowns

Minutes of the annual plenary meetings

D93 Gender balance Lead WU Other partners involved all First all partners will be informed about the unspoken societal rules which currently dictate the role of the gender aspects in research and innovation This step will include a statistical survey and an information session on gender issues during the kickoff meeting Furthermore we will initiate an inventory of gender equality among the CSS stakeholders to identify the number of women and men involved in the project including their positions roles ownership and opinions on the use of PPPs and alternative sustainable farming strategies Furthermore genderspecific PPPs effects will be considered in the global health approach examining the different effects of PPPs exposure on men and women both in the animal as well as human studies Therefore specific subgroup analyses will be performed based on underlying gender in WP2 WP3 and WP4

Three systematic reviews for modelling the exposure of PAH

D31 Mine existing data for modelling the fate of PPP used in CSS and the effect on PAH health leading to exposure datasets for each target group Lead IISPV Other partners involved RU UU DTUAn extensive review of main pathway of environmental fate of pesticide will be performed in soil water air and plant under different scenarios present in the CSS Environmental compartment identification per each pesticide used in each scenario where a potential risk could be present using ecotoxicological and toxicological endpoint values For exposure prevalence of humans an extensive data mining will be performed using contemporary systematic review methodology For animals cow chicken goatsheep crops plants and nontarget species ecosystem a scoping review will be performed and if feasible a full systematic review Existing data will be used and compared to model predictions generated by fate models see task 32 PPPs residues in food and feed products will be identified from existing databases as sources of direct dietary exposure

Updated D&E plan

D83 Awareness raising and communication activities Lead CCRI Other partners involved all The communication strategy which is outlined in the Awareness raising and Communication plan ARC plan will identify strategic and targeted measures for promoting SPRINT and its results to society as a whole and in particular to some specific audiences and demonstrating how EU funding contributes to tackling food security To realise the ARC plan the following steps are proposed Launch of a dedicated public project website that is actively maintained for the promotion and dissemination of SPRINT activities results and other outputs task 81Multilingual project leaflets produced in English and the national language of the partner and CSS countriesNewsletters compiled and disseminated at 6month intervals Documentaryanimated videos and infographics will be developed to raise the public profile of the project and awareness on pesticide and food security issues Paper media and social media activities Participation in local events CSS stakeholders will be encouraged and empowered to act as active advocates in their respective region Side events at the FAOWHO Joint meeting of Pesticide Management JMPMIn addition each significant opportunity for engaging with the public through press releases radioTV interviews or newspapermagazine article will be explored proactively through contact with the respective WP leader and PRcommunication expert at the different participating institutions Creating dialogue with the general public will be take place using various tools eg videos channels eg social media and events eg university open days A full strategy will be prepared in the updated ARC plan by month 12 this will be continuously refined on which we will report in the formal periodic EC reports All communication activities will be actively monitored by the PSB with input from all partners

Monitoring plan for assessing EPAH health at CSS

D21 Monitoring plan for CSS and capacity building at stakeholder level Lead UBERN Other partners involved AU LQM DTU FIBL and CSS coordinators WU UBERN AU RAM UAVR UL INTA IPTPO UPCT MU UBORD This task involves the development of a harmonized monitoring plan to assess PPP distribution and related ecosystem plant animal and human health EPAH in 11 CSS and input parameters required in the exposure models The methodology will link to appropriate and standardized methods to be applied at all CSS in comparable fashion to ensure comparison between different sites across Europe Centralized training in all CSS will be organized to share experience and harmonize sample strategies and provide guidance on the consensus study protocol This study protocol will then be submitted for ethics approval in each of the regionscountries were CSS is planned see Chapter 5 Ethics for details The indicators for the monitoring plan will be selected based on a comprehensive coherent framework suited to assess the impacts of PPP residues aS Me Mi exposure and distribution We will investigate impacts in the ecological sociocultural and economic dimensions of sustainability The methodology will be tested using a multiactor approach during all major steps of the field study to ensure its applicability The monitoring strategy will be refined during the course of the project and updated after each seasonal assessment with the aim of enabling its continued use beyond the projects lifetime

SPRINT project website and secure intranet portal

D81 Set up project website and intranet portal for information Lead WU Other partners involved CCRIWU will establish a website for SPRINT through which the stakeholders and general public can be informed on SPRINT achievements and outputs or other newsworthy facts and a biannual newsletter The website will contain relevant information about the consortium the project and the relation to the funding programme and other projects in the same domain To facilitate adequate and protected dissemination of information eg scientific data announcements and registration for meetings and workshops management plan meeting agendasminutes tools for writing andor downloading project reports training materials WU will set up and maintain a secure intranet section which will be accessed only by the SPRINT partners and restricted users Specific mailing lists will enable targeted communication between the partners of the project and within WP Teams The project manager will maintain this website and intranet portal


Considering degradation kinetics of pesticides in plant uptake models: proof of concept for potato

Author(s): Zijian Li, Peter Fantke
Published in: Pest Management Science, Issue 79 (3), 2022, Page(s) 1154-1163, ISSN 1526-4998
Publisher: Wiley
DOI: 10.1002/ps.7288

Screening of pesticide distributions in foods of animal origin: a matrix-based approach for biotransfer factor modeling of grazing mammals

Author(s): Zijian Li; Jie Xiong; Peter Fantke
Published in: Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts, Issue 24 (4), 2022, Page(s) 609-624, ISSN 2050-7895
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
DOI: 10.1039/d1em00454a

Toward Assessing Absolute Environmental Sustainability of Chemical Pollution

Author(s): Kosnik MB, Hauschild MZ, Fantke P
Published in: Environmental Science & Technology, Issue March, 2022, ISSN 2328-8930
Publisher: American Chemical Society
DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.1c06098

The role of public consultations in decision-making on future agricultural pesticide use: insights from European Union’s Farm to Fork Strategy public consultation

Author(s): Frelih-Larsen A, Chivers C. A, Herb I, Mills J, Reed, M.
Published in: Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 2023, Page(s) 476-492, ISSN 1523-908X
Publisher: Carfax Publishing Ltd.
DOI: 10.1080/1523908x.2023.2212369

Characterizing honey bee exposure and effects from pesticides for chemical prioritization and life cycle assessment

Author(s): Crenna E, Jolliet O, Collina E, Sala S, Fantke P.
Published in: Environment International, Issue 138, 2020, ISSN 0160-4120
Publisher: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.envint.2020.105642

Pesticide residues with hazard classifications relevant to non-target species including humans are omnipresent in the environment and farmer residences

Author(s): Vera Silva, Lingtong Gai, Paula Harkes, Gaowei Tan, Coen J. Ritsema, Francisco Alcon, Josefa Contreras, Nelson Abrantes, Isabel Campos, Isabelle Baldi, Mathilde Bureau, Florian Christ, Daniele Mandrioli, Daria Sgargi, Igor Pasković, Marija Polić Pasković, Matjaž Glavan, Jakub Hofman, Esperanza Huerta Lwanga, Trine Norgaard, Violette Geissen
Published in: Environmental International, Issue 181, 2023, ISSN 1873-6750
Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
DOI: 10.1016/j.envint.2023.108280

Toward harmonizing global pesticide regulations for surface freshwaters in support of protecting human health

Author(s): Li Z, Fantke P.
Published in: Journal of Environmental Management, Issue 301, 2022, ISSN 0301-4797
Publisher: Academic Press
DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2021.113909

Pesticide exposure and the microbiota-gut-brain axis

Author(s): Rie Matsuzaki; Eoin Gunnigle; Violette Geissen; Gerard Clarke; Jatin Nagpal; John F. Cryan
Published in: ISME Journal 17 (2023) 8, Issue 11, 2023, ISSN 1751-7370
Publisher: Springer Nature
DOI: 10.1038/s41396-023-01450-9

Pesticide pollution in argentine drinking water: A call to ensure safe access

Author(s): Aparicio V, De Geronimo E
Published in: Environmental Challenges, Issue Volume 14, 2024, Page(s) 100808, ISSN 2667-0100
Publisher: Elsevier
DOI: 10.1016/j.envc.2023.100808

Glyphosate, glufosinate ammonium, and AMPA occurrences and sources in groundwater of hilly vineyards

Author(s): Nicoleta Suciu, Elisabetta Russo, Maura Calliera, Gian Piero Luciani, Marco Trevisan, Ettore Capri
Published in: Science of the Total Environment, Issue 866, 2023, ISSN 0048-9697
Publisher: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.161171

Occurrence of pesticide residues in indoor dust of farmworker households across Europe and Argentina

Author(s): Irene Navarro,Adrian de la Torre, Paloma Sanz, Isabelle Baldi, Paula Harkes, Esperanza Huerta-Lwanga, Trine Nørgaard, Matjaˇz Glavan, Igor Paskovic, Marija Polic Paskovic, Nelson Abrante, Isabel Campos, Francisco Alcon, Josefina Contrerasj, Abdallah Alaoui, Jakub Hofman, Anne Vested, Mathilde Bureau, Virginia Aparicio, Daniele Mandriol, Daria Sgargi, Hans Mol, Violette Geissen, Vera Silva, Marí
Published in: Science of the Total Environment, Issue 905, 2023, Page(s) 167797, ISSN 0048-9697
Publisher: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2023.167797

Introducing ground cover management in pesticide emission modeling

Author(s): Céline Gentil-Sergent; Claudine Basset-Mens; Christel Renaud-Gentié; Charles Mottes; Carlos Manuel Moraleda Melero; Arthur Launay; Peter Fantke
Published in: Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, Issue 18 (1), 2021, Page(s) 274-288, ISSN 1551-3777
Publisher: Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
DOI: 10.1002/ieam.4482

Framework for defining pesticide maximum residue levels in feed: applications to cattle and sheep

Author(s): Peter Fantke; Zijian Li
Published in: Pest Management Science, Issue 79 (2), 2023, Page(s) 748-759, ISSN 1526-4998
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
DOI: 10.1002/ps.7241

Pesticides in doormat and floor dust from homes close to treated fields: Spatio-temporal variance and determinants of occurrence and concentrations

Author(s): Figueiredo DM, Nijssen R, Krop EJ, Buijtenhuijs D, Gooijer Y, Lageschaar L, Duyzer J, Huss A, Mol H, Vermeulen RC.
Published in: Environmental Pollution, Issue 301, 2022, ISSN 0269-7491
Publisher: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.envpol.2022.119024

OBOMod - Integrated modelling framework for residents' exposure to pesticides

Author(s): Figueiredo DM, Vermeulen RC, Jacobs C, Holterman HJ, van de Zande JC, van den Berg F, Gooijer YM, Lageschaar L, Buijtenhuijs D, Krop E, Huss A.
Published in: Science of the Total Environment, Issue 825, 2022, ISSN 0048-9697
Publisher: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.153798

Towards a more comprehensive life cycle assessment framework for assessing toxicity-related impacts for livestock products: The case of Danish pork

Author(s): Dorca-Preda T, Fantke P, Mogensen L, Knudsen MT.
Published in: Science of the Total Environment, Issue January, 2022, ISSN 0048-9697
Publisher: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.152811

Quantifying pesticide emission fractions for tropical conditions

Author(s): Gentil-Sergent C, Basset-Mens C, Gaab J, Mottes C, Melero C, Fantke P.
Published in: Chemosphere, Issue 275, 2021, ISSN 0045-6535
Publisher: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2021.130014

Improved plant bioconcentration modeling of pesticides: The role of periderm dynamics

Author(s): Xiao S, Li Z, Fantke P.
Published in: Pest Management Science, Issue 77 (11), 2021, Page(s) 5096-5108, ISSN 1526-498X
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc.
DOI: 10.1002/ps.6549

A worldwide review of currently used pesticides' monitoring in agricultural soils

Author(s): Sabzevari S, Hofman J
Published in: Science of the Total Environment, Issue December, 2021, ISSN 0048-9697
Publisher: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.152344

Advancing exposure data analytics and repositories as part of the European Exposure Science Strategy 2020–2030

Author(s): Marissa B. Kosnik, Stylianos Kephalopoulos, Amalia Muñoz, Nicolò Aurisano, Alberto Cusinatb, Sani Dimitroulopoulou, Jaroslav Slobodnik, Jonathas De Mello, Maryam Zar Jeddi, Claudia Cascio, Andreas Ahrens, Yuri Bruinen de Bruin, Lothar Lieck, Peter Fantke
Published in: Environmental International, Issue 170, 2023, ISSN 0160-4120
Publisher: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.envint.2022.107610

Collection of human and environmental data on pesticide use in Europe and Argentina: Field study protocol for the SPRINT project.

Author(s): Vera M. F. da Silva; Abdallah Alaoui; Vivi Schlünssen; Anne Vested; Martien H.F. Graumans; Maurice van Dael; Marco Trevisan; Nicoleta Suciu; Hans G.J. Mol; Karsten Beekmann; Daniel Martins Figueiredo; Paula Harkes; Jakub Hofman; Ellen Kandeler; Nelson Abrantes; Isabel Campos; María Ángeles Martínez; Joana Luísa Pereira; Dirk Goossens; Dirk Goossens; Juergen Gandrass; Freya Debler; Esperanza H
Published in: PLoS ONE, Issue 16 (11), 2021, ISSN 1932-6203
Publisher: Public Library of Science
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0259748

Natural soils in OECD 222 testing — influence of soil water and soil properties on earthworm reproduction toxicity of carbendazim

Author(s): Eva Aderjan, Eiko Wagenhoff,Ellen Kandeler, Thomas Moser
Published in: Ecotoxicology, Issue 32 (4), 2023, Page(s) 403–415, ISSN 0963-9292
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
DOI: 10.1007/s10646-023-02636-9

Environmental and human health at risk – Scenarios to achieve the Farm to Fork 50% pesticide reduction goals

Author(s): Vera Silva; Xiaomei Yang; Luuk Fleskens; Coen J. Ritsema; Violette Geissen
Published in: Environment International, Issue 165, 2022, ISSN 0160-4120
Publisher: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.envint.2022.107296

Indirect Effects of the Herbicide Glyphosate on Plant, Animal and Human Health Through its Effects on Microbial Communities

Author(s): Van Bruggen AH, Finckh MR, He M, Ritsema CJ, Harkes P, Knuth D, Geissen V.
Published in: Frontiers in Environmental Science, Issue 9, 2021, ISSN 2296-665X
Publisher: Frontiers Media S.A
DOI: 10.3389/fenvs.2021.763917

Coupling pesticide emission and toxicity characterization models for LCA: Application to open-field tomato production in Martinique

Author(s): Gentil C, Basset-Mens C, Manteaux S, Mottes C, Maillard E, Biard Y, Fantke P
Published in: Journal of Cleaner Production, Issue 277, 2020, ISSN 0959-6526
Publisher: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2020.124099

Improving Pesticide Uptake Modeling into Potatoes: Considering Tuber Growth Dynamics

Author(s): Xiao S, Gong Y, Li Z, Fantke P.
Published in: Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, Issue 69 (12), 2021, Page(s) 3607-3616, ISSN 0021-8561
Publisher: American Chemical Society
DOI: 10.1021/acs.jafc.1c00151

Dissipation kinetics, residue modeling and human intake of endosulfan applied to okra (Abelmoschus esculentus)

Author(s): Ravinder Nath, G. Komala, Peter Fantke, Santanu Mukherjee
Published in: Science of The Total Environment, Issue 835, 2022, ISSN 1879-1026
Publisher: Elsevier
DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.155591

Identifying and Comparing Easily Accessible Frameworks for Assessing Soil Organic Matter Functioning

Author(s): Lúcia Barão, Abdallah Alaoui, Rudi Hessel
Published in: Agronomy, Issue 13 (1), 2023, Page(s) 109, ISSN 2073-4395
Publisher: MDPI
DOI: 10.3390/agronomy13010109

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