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BeBiodiversity I look after myself

A Belgian federal campaign to make citizens and businesses aware of biodiversity-related issues.

I look after myself

I take my outdated or unnecessary medications back to the pharmacist, I do not throw them in the garbage or in the wild and I do not flush them down the sink or toilet.

I take my outdated or unnecessary medications back to the pharmacist, I do not throw them in the garbage or in the wild and I do not flush them down the sink or toilet.

I use antibiotics only when it is really necessary and in compliance with the recommended dosage.

I limit the spread of these antibiotics in the environment and the increase in resistance of bacteria that are dangerous to both human and animal health.

I get as much information as I can about non-hormonal birth control methods from my GP.

I take into account the risk of hormones spreading into ecosystems via urine, which can lead to reproductive problems in amphibians and fish.

I convince others to do the same.

I visit www.1001pourlabiodiversite.be to find lots of smart tips.

Other ideas? Share them with us !

Do you have any good ideas for action(s) to support biodiversity? We would love to hear them! Fill out the form below; we will send your ideas to www.1001pourlabiodiversite.be and share the best on our Facebook page.

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