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Sports clubs and biodiversity

Updated: Nov 4




One of the areas of urban pesticide-use we at Pesticide-Free Cambridge are currently focusing on is the use of insecticides, herbicides and other turf management chemicals in sports grounds, including school playing fields: terrible equally for both biodiversity and human health that such places purport to promote. Great to read here about sports clubs in other areas that are leading the way In going pesticide-free.


https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/jul/31/the-crowd-goes-wild-as-sports-clubs-bring-nature-off-the-bench-aoe?fbclid=IwAR1GuTjBMZ4lDoFc3GQhx85kGM67eqY60DKawtCod75B_VILbKgUBq8JnfM







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