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Bees Need Dandelions. People Need Bees.

February 23rd, 2017|Categories: bees|Tags: , , , , |

The spring is fast approaching and bees are starting to come out of hibernation, we saw our first this week, and they will be desperate for food. Dandelions are a great source of food for them and they are hugely abundant everywhere, in towns and cities, the countryside, parks, verges, [...]

UK Policy Options to Reduce Environmental Risks from Pesticides

February 20th, 2017|Categories: brexit|Tags: , , , |

PAN UK and IEEP have published a new report examining the effectiveness of the UK’s approach to managing pesticide risks and reviewing innovative policy measures used by other countries. The report finds that, between 2000 and 2013, the overall crop area being treated with herbicides, insecticides and fungicides and the [...]

Our Vision for UK Agriculture Outside the EU

February 8th, 2017|Categories: brexit|Tags: , |

Brexit has major implications for UK agriculture. PAN UK is calling on the government to take this opportunity to create a new agricultural system that works for farmers and the environment by replacing the flawed common agricultural policy with a new system that rewards farmers for looking after our environment; [...]

Adverse Health Effects Caused by Paraquat

February 6th, 2017|Categories: pesticides|Tags: , , , |

A new publication by PUBLIC EYE (Switzerland), PAN ASIA PACIFIC (PANAP) and PESTICIDE ACTION NETWORK UK (PAN UK): Adverse health effects caused by paraquat – A bibliography of documented evidence Paraquat is now banned in over 40 countries, including the European Union and Switzerland, Syngenta’s home country, because of its adverse health [...]

More Companies to be Assessed in Second Sustainable Cotton Ranking

January 30th, 2017|Categories: cotton|Tags: , , , , |

Pesticide Action Network (PAN) UK, Solidaridad and WWF have released the list of companies that will be assessed in the new round of their Sustainable Cotton Ranking to be published in October 2017. The second edition of the ranking will include major companies from all continents, including from countries such [...]

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