Glyphosate is used as a weedkiller in many urban spaces but evidence suggests it is having a harmful effect on the workers that spray it and the already depleted nature that exists in our cities. Green London Assembly Member Caroline Russell, who had a motion passed in the London Assembly to cease the application of glyphosate on city land, explains how banning the powerful herbicide in the UK can improve the health of our cities.

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