Public parks, playgrounds, road verges, cemeteries, pavements and around council houses can be sprayed with toxic weedkillers by your local council.
Add your name to keep these pesticides out of your neighbourhood.
We are in the middle of a biodiversity crisis and pesticides have devastating effects on our environment and wildlife -- including in our towns and cities. And when it rains, pesticides sprayed on pavements and paths run off into the drains and end up in rivers and streams, adding to the pollution harming aquatic wildlife too.
By ending the use of pesticides -- and using non-chemical alternatives that exist instead, councils can offer a helping hand to wildlife, and bring nature back.