PAN UK has moved to new offices
photo of the Brighthelm CentrePAN UK has moved to new offices in Brighton, our new address is:

The Brighthelm Centre, North Road, Brighton, BN1 1YD and the new phone number is 01273 964230.

4 February 2014
 
Can you support PAN UK's work transforming the lives of cotton farmers in Africa?
altIt's harvest time in Benin, as you can see from this joyous young man rolling in his family's harvested cotton. PAN UK's training in organic cotton farming techniques is transforming the lives of thousands of smallholder farmers and their communities in Benin, west Africa. By eliminating harmful chemical pesticides from their cotton cultivation, the farmers are leaving behind the ill-health and the debt-ridden poverty that has blighted their communities for decades.
 
You can help us to help more small-holder farmers in the developing world by donating at www.justgiving.com/pesticideactionnetworkuk
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Pesticides On A Plate
PAN UK report Pesticides On A Plate shows that over recent years levels of pesticide residues in our food have been steadily increasing, and as much as 40% of the food we eat contains them.

Residues found in several fruit categories exceeded Government limits. A number of the most widely used are highly toxic and have been linked with developmental defects, cancers and other disorders.
 
What's killing our bees?

Picture of a beePopulations of bees and other pollinators essential to our food supply have been in serious decline in recent years. Among the factors implicated in these declines are pesticides, in particular a new class of pesticides called neonicotinoids.

PAN UK has published a series of information fact sheets on all aspects of pesticides and their effects on bees and other pollinators. 
The fact sheets are available to download from our bees website or we have a general overview of all the information contained in the fact sheets.

 
PAN UK Project: A new approach to tackling pesticide dependency and improving livelihoods in Africa

Farmer trainingPAN UK has launched a project to bring a safe and effective new approach to pest management to Ethiopian smallholder farmers which uses beneficial insects to replace hazardous chemical pesticides and improve the profitability of cotton production. 

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