Pesticide Action Week 2018 Poster

Call for a pesticide-free Spring! Join us!

The Pesticide Action Week is an annual and international event, open to everyone, with the aim to promote alternatives to pesticides. The campaign takes place during the first ten days of every spring (20th-30th of march) when usually the spreading of pesticides resumes.

Call for a pesticide-free Spring!
Pesticide Action Week,
20th-30th of march.

The public is invited to get better informed about the sanitary and environmental challenges caused by pesticides and learn more about possible alternatives to pesticides by taking part in one of the hundreds of organised activities: conferences, panel discussions, film showings, workshops, open days at organic farms, information stands, exhibitions, shows…

The goals of this event are:

  • Raising awareness on the health and environment risks of synthetic pesticides
  • Highlighting and promoting alternative solutions
  • Building a global grassroots movement for a pesticide-free world

More Information

Zéro Phyto – 100% Bio

Réduire/éliminer l’usage des pesticides et promouvoir l’agriculture bio

Téléchargez le Kit Collectivité !

Réduire/éliminer l’usage des pesticides et promouvoir l’agriculture bio.

A l’occasion de la 11ème Semaine pour les alternatives aux pesticides, les trois associations partenaires de la campagne 0 phyto 100% bio ont lancé, le 29 mars 2016 à l’Assemblée Nationale, un kit collectivité destiné à accompagner les élus locaux, les services techniques et gestionnaires de restauration collective à s’engager dans le développement de l’agriculture biologique et la suppression des pesticides.

Vers le Zéro Pesticide

Téléchargez le Guide des Solutions Zero Pesticides

Téléchargez le Guide des Solutions Zéro Pesticide !

Grâce aux mesures de la loi de transition énergétique et de la loi de protection de la biodiversité, pour la première fois, la France enregistre une baisse de 14% des pesticides utilisés par les collectivités et les jardiniers amateurs.

Des nouvelles mesures annoncées par Ségolène Royal, le 14 février 2017, et le lancement de la campagne “Zéro pesticide” vont-elles permettre de poursuivre ces résultats encourageants dans la lutte contre les pesticides?

Pesticide Action Week 2017 Poster

Call for a pesticide-free Spring! Join us!

The Pesticide Action Week is an annual and international event, open to everyone, with the aim to promote alternatives to pesticides. The campaign takes place during the first ten days of every spring (20th-30th of march) when usually the spreading of pesticides resumes.

Call for a pesticide-free Spring!
Pesticide Action Week,
20th-30th of march.

The public is invited to get better informed about the sanitary and environmental challenges caused by pesticides and learn more about possible alternatives to pesticides by taking part in one of the hundreds of organised activities: conferences, panel discussions, film showings, workshops, open days at organic farms, information stands, exhibitions, shows…

The goals of this event are:

  • Raising awareness on the health and environment risks of synthetic pesticides
  • Highlighting and promoting alternative solutions
  • Building a global grassroots movement for a pesticide-free world

More Information

Pesticide Action Week 2016 Poster

Call for a pesticide-free Spring! Join us!

The Pesticide Action Week is an annual and international event, open to everyone, with the aim to promote alternatives to pesticides. The campaign takes place during the first ten days of every spring (20th-30th of march) when usually the spreading of pesticides resumes.

Call for a pesticide-free Spring!
Pesticide Action Week,
20th-30th of march.

The public is invited to get better informed about the sanitary and environmental challenges caused by pesticides and learn more about possible alternatives to pesticides by taking part in one of the hundreds of organised activities: conferences, panel discussions, film showings, workshops, open days at organic farms, information stands, exhibitions, shows…

The goals of this event are:

  • Raising awareness on the health and environment risks of synthetic pesticides
  • Highlighting and promoting alternative solutions
  • Building a global grassroots movement for a pesticide-free world

More Information

Comment remplacer les pesticides : une semaine pour s’informer

Les alternatives aux pesticides existent!

Les alternatives aux pesticides existent ! Elles sont mises à l’honneur dans le cadre de la Semaine pour les alternatives aux pesticides qui débute, alors que les épandages reprennent au cours de ces premiers jours du printemps et que leur caractère cancérogène inquiète de plus en plus. Grâce à des centaines d’événements, le public est invité à mieux s’informer sur les enjeux tant sanitaires qu’environnementaux des pesticides et sur les alternatives. Ou comment entrevoir un avenir sans produits toxiques.

La Semaine pour les alternatives aux pesticides (SPAP), qui a débuté le 20 mars, est devenue un évènement incontournable : il s’agit du temps fort de mobilisation citoyenne sur le dossier pesticidespestipest en France. En 2016, des centaines d’évènements ont été programmés vont se dérouler dans toute la France et dans une vingtaine d’autres pays en Europe, Afrique, Amérique Latine et Asie. Le succès croissant de cet événement montre que la société civile ne veut pas être tenue à l’écart du dossier des pesticides.

Quels sont ses objectifs ?

Quel public ?

Tout le monde peut participer à la Semaine pour les alternatives aux pesticides : des agriculteurs aux cuisiniers en passant par les enfants, les citoyens, les élus, les entreprises, les jardiniers amateurs, les militants, les médecins, les étudiants, les simples curieux ou encore les consommateurs, les instituteurs, les agents techniques…cet événement s’adresse au plus grand nombre !

Que se passe-t-il ?

Des centaines d’événements ont lieu un peu partout pendant dix jours : des conférences, des débats, des ateliers de jardinage naturel, des projections de films, des collectes de pesticides à supprimer, des visites de fermes, des marchés bio, des dégustations, des expositions, des ateliers cuisine et/ou de fabrication, des stands de sensibilisation, des balades découvertes… L’imagination est au rendez-vous quand il s’agit de se mobiliser pour démontrer que les alternatives existent et qu’il est possible d’entrevoir un avenir sans produits toxiques.

Qui coordonne ?

Lancée en 2006 par l’association Générations Futures et l’ACAP, un collectif de 170 organisations (Action Citoyenne pour une Alternative aux Pesticides), la Semaine pour les alternatives aux pesticides est aujourd’hui soutenue par une cinquantaine d’organisations nationales et internationales, dont de nouveaux partenaires nationaux pour 2016 : WECF, Fermes d’avenir, Terre de liens et Slow Food International participeront pour la première fois cette année. D’autres partenaires internationaux comme PAN Africa ou Quercus (Portugal), qui ont déjà participé mais qui n’ont pas participé l’an dernier, nous rejoignent pour 2016 !

Comment remplacer les pesticides : une semaine pour s’informer, bastamag, 21 MARS 2016.

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Enjoying outdoors and breathing fresh air in 2016

Call for a pesticide-free Spring! Join us!

The Pesticide Action Week is an annual and international event, open to everyone, with the aim to promote alternatives to pesticides. The campaign takes place during the first ten days of every spring (20th-30th of march) when usually the spreading of pesticides resumes.

The public is invited to get better informed about the sanitary and environmental challenges caused by pesticides and learn more about possible alternatives to pesticides by taking part in one of the hundreds of organised activities: conferences, panel discussions, film showings, workshops, open days at organic farms, information stands, exhibitions, shows…

The goals of this event are:

Call for a pesticide-free Spring!
Pesticide Action Week,
20th-30th of march.

  • Raising awareness on the health and environment risks of synthetic pesticides
  • Highlighting and promoting alternative solutions
  • Building a global grassroots movement for a pesticide-free world

More Information

Agricultural spreaders and pesticides exposure

Call for a pesticide-free Spring! Join us!

The Pesticide Action Week is an annual and international event, open to everyone, with the aim to promote alternatives to pesticides. The campaign takes place during the first ten days of every spring (20th-30th of march) when usually the spreading of pesticides resumes.

The public is invited to get better informed about the sanitary and environmental challenges caused by pesticides and learn more about possible alternatives to pesticides by taking part in one of the hundreds of organised activities: conferences, panel discussions, film showings, workshops, open days at organic farms, information stands, exhibitions, shows…

The goals of this event are:

Call for a pesticide-free Spring!
Pesticide Action Week,
20th-30th of march.

  • Raising awareness on the health and environment risks of synthetic pesticides
  • Highlighting and promoting alternative solutions
  • Building a global grassroots movement for a pesticide-free world

More Information

Pesticides spraying impact on living creatures

Call for a pesticide-free Spring! Join us!

The Pesticide Action Week is an annual and international event, open to everyone, with the aim to promote alternatives to pesticides. The campaign takes place during the first ten days of every spring (20th-30th of march) when usually the spreading of pesticides resumes.

The public is invited to get better informed about the sanitary and environmental challenges caused by pesticides and learn more about possible alternatives to pesticides by taking part in one of the hundreds of organised activities: conferences, panel discussions, film showings, workshops, open days at organic farms, information stands, exhibitions, shows…

The goals of this event are:

Call for a pesticide-free Spring!
Pesticide Action Week,
20th-30th of march.

  • Raising awareness on the health and environment risks of synthetic pesticides
  • Highlighting and promoting alternative solutions
  • Building a global grassroots movement for a pesticide-free world

More Information

No Pesticide in my School Meals!

Call for a pesticide-free Spring! Join us!

The Pesticide Action Week is an annual and international event, open to everyone, with the aim to promote alternatives to pesticides. The campaign takes place during the first ten days of every spring (20th-30th of march) when usually the spreading of pesticides resumes.

The public is invited to get better informed about the sanitary and environmental challenges caused by pesticides and learn more about possible alternatives to pesticides by taking part in one of the hundreds of organised activities: conferences, panel discussions, film showings, workshops, open days at organic farms, information stands, exhibitions, shows…

The goals of this event are:

Call for a pesticide-free Spring!
Pesticide Action Week,
20th-30th of march.

  • Raising awareness on the health and environment risks of synthetic pesticides
  • Highlighting and promoting alternative solutions
  • Building a global grassroots movement for a pesticide-free world

More Information