Member Organisations

PAN Europe brings together a diversity of European organisations working to replace the use of hazardous pesticides. We place real emphasis on supporting our members and working to foster greater cooperation among the network. Our network unites 46 member organisations from 28 countries of which 23 are in the European Union: Albania, Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, France, Finland, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom and Ukraine.

PAN Europe's Annual General Meeting provides an important platform for members to meet, share experiences and information, and plan joint initiatives. Our regular working group meetings encourage cooperation on specific themes.

Members are kept informed of important regulatory, legislative and campaign news and developments via our quarterly newsletter, policy briefings, press releases, social media tools and weekly e-mail updates. 

The member organisations meet regularly during conferences and the Annual General Assembly (AGM).


EDEN Environmental Center Tirana, Albania

Yerevan, Armenia
Vienna, Austria
Global 2000   Global 2000
Vienna, Austria

Liege, Belgium


Agroecology Europe Brussels, Belgium

  ClientEarth Belgium/United Kingdom/Poland
Inter-Environnement Wallonie   Inter-Environnement Wallonie
Namur, Belgium
  Nature et Progres Belgium
Jambes, Belgium
Berchem, Belgium

Foundation for Environment and Agriculture,

Nikopol, Bulgaria


Eco Hvar Croatia                    

  Earth Trek, Croatia
  Danmarks Naturfredningsforening
Copenhagen, Denmark
  Estonian Green Movement
Tartu, Estonia
Helsinki, Finland
  Generations Futures
Paris, France

Justice Pesticides Paris, France

PAN Germany   PAN Germany
Hamburg, Germany
Athene, Greece
  ISDE- Doctors for the Environment Arezzo, Italy
  PAN Italy
Ancona Italy
  Accademia delle Erbe Spontanee
Ancona, Italy
  Centre for Ecological Learning Luxembourg
CELL, Luxembourg
  Ecodesign Competence Centre
Riga, Latvia
Milieudefensie   Milieudefensie
Amsterdam, Netherlands
  PAN Netherlands
Utrecht, Netherlands



Utrecht, Netherlands

Gliwice, Poland
  Spoleczny Instytut Ekologiczny Warsaw, Poland
Lisboa, Portugal
Saschiz, Romania
  Earth Thrive, Serbia/UK
Zvolen, Slovakia

Ecologistas en AcciónMadrid, Spain 

  AEEA-Spanich Association of Environmental Education

Fundación Alborado Barcelona, Spain

  Fundación Vivosano
Madrid, Spain
Stockholm, Sweden

Public Eye   Lausanne/ Zurich, Switzerland


ToxicFree SuisseLausanne/Zurich, Switzerland

  Bugday- Association for Ecological Living Istanbul, Turkey
  Center of sustainable Development and Ecological education Dovkilla
Kiev, Ukraina
London, United Kingdom

Green Transition Council


PAN Europe ASBL is open to NGOs and other organisations and professional bodies, non-profit corporations, international, European, national, regional and local organisations, duly constituted under the laws applicable in their country of origin.

Benefits of Becoming a Member of PAN Europe

What you get as a member:

  • Access to PAN Europe’s Member listserv, an important resource for sharing information about current events, legislation, national actions, campaigns, reports, and European activities on Pesticides.
  • Invitations to member-only events such as:
    • Capacity building workshops
    • Webinars
    • Trainings
    • Seminars
  • Voting power at the PAN Europe Annual General Assembly.
  • Continuous updates on the political developments at the EU level in relation to the regulation of pesticides in Europe and the promotion of alternatives.
  • Technical expertise and support for your local initiatives.
  • Links to members in other European nations to help collaborate and share best-practices.
  • Opportunity for joint fundraising and sponsorship with PAN Europe.
  • Access to Members-Only publications such as newsletters, policy documents, lobbying strategy documents, etc.
  • Opportunity to represent PAN Europe at civil society dialogue meetings and groups (for example we send experts to the DG Agriculture meetings).

For more information please read: Why become a member of PAN Europe

If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact Katerina Iordanopoulou, Office Manager - info [at]

PAN Swiss, PAN Poland and PAN Greece are not members of PAN Europe and do not in any way represent the PAN Europe organisation or its views.

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PAN Europe gratefully acknowledges the financial support from the European Union, European Commission, DG Environment, Life+ programme. Sole responsibility for this publication lies with the authors and the funders are not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained herein.