In September 2019, the government will hold a parliamentary commission to evaluate the impact of pesticides on public health and the environment.
This major societal challenge can only be addressed by politicians, scientists and lobbyists. All of us have a voice that doesn’t only speak every four years, during elections. Our citizen and community action can make a difference in recognizing the causality between pesticide exposure and the development of Parkinson’s disease.
Whether you are affected by the disease, a former farmer, a former pesticide industry worker, a housewife who wants to protect her children or anything else, sign up for our Citizens’ Action Group.
We will contact you during the summer to participate in local political action. You all have a potential impact on your social reality.