A green and poisoned land? The pesticide chokehold on the UK countryside

Sixty years on from the publication of Silent Spring – a seminal book documenting the effect of indiscriminate pesticide use on the environment – is the UK any closer to confronting its reliance on chemicals in the countryside? Or are pesticides the elephant in the room of the government’s nature recovery ambitions?

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