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    Ban Glyphosate and Other Dangerous Pesticides from Campus

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    Based on enquiries, it has been heavily implied that the University of Exeter uses glyphosate and other seriously harmful pesticides, which are known to cause cancer and other serious illnesses in humans. Glyphosate also has the potential to kill honeybees, an animal vital to all ecosystems, especially in this time of great climate change.

    The University of Exeter must release a list of all chemicals and products used as fertilisers, herbicides, pesticides etc. for agricultural purposes on its campuses to the student body and must cease with the use of glyphosate and other chemicals and products known to be seriously harmful to human and animal life, as well as to the environment, with immediate effect.

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