Pesticide-Free London

Pesticides linked to serious human health and environmental problems are sprayed in public places such as parks and playgrounds all over London. But urban pesticide use is unnecessary and hundreds of towns and cities around the world have already banned pesticides.

The London-wide council elections on 3rd May 2018 are the perfect opportunity to get your borough to make the switch from toxic pesticides to sustainable, non-chemical alternatives. Ask your local candidates to take the Pesticide-Free London pledge. (A personal message will hold more weight so do feel free to edit the text.) 

As there is a long list of candidates for each borough you will not see a list of names attached to your letter, but don't worry, the letter will be sent to all candidates with available email addresses.