I work for a local authority and want to make my town pesticide-free
There is increasing concern from citizens, local authorities and governments about the impacts of pesticides on human and environmental health. As a result, towns and cities across the UK are considerably reducing, if not completely eradicating the use of pesticides in urban spaces, and are switching to non-chemical methods of weed control. But there’s still a long way to go and we are here to help you make your local area pesticide-free.
PAN UK works with local councillors and council officers to develop a policy framework for a transition to non-chemical alternatives. We have successfully worked closely with councils like Bristol, Brighton, Lewes, Hammersmith & Fulham and more to achieve this, and we would love to hear from you.
Be part of the growing Pesticide-Free Towns movement and leave a lasting legacy for your local area which protects your constituents and the environment.
If you need guidance or advice on how to form a policy and a plan to switch to non-chemical alternatives in your town or city then we’re here to help. Email us on PFTsupport@pan-uk.org