Time is running out to save bees & pollinators.
Scientists have warned that we must stop the use of toxic pesticides to prevent the extinction of bees and other pollinators -- an “insect apocalypse” that would spell the end of people, too.
But right now, local councils can spray pesticides on playgrounds and parks, exposing bees, children, and wildlife to harmful chemicals.
We’re in a worldwide fight to save wild bees and other pollinators from toxic pesticides – so right here, and across the UK, we call on all local councils to pledge to go pesticide free.
Your local authority makes the decision about spraying pesticides in public places in your neighbourhood. So local people coming together can push them to go pesticide free and use non-chemical alternatives instead.
Will you join us? Sign the open letter today calling on local councils to go pesticide free.