Bee colonies are in the midst of a massive die-off thanks to dangerous pesticides that poison them and destroy their habitats. Yet the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has done little to regulate the widespread use of bee-killing pesticides.
For decades, insecticides like neonicotinoids have been used on crops to kill plant pests. But it’s the bee population that has severely suffered, declining at an alarming rate and heading toward extinction.
The only way to save bees, our health, and ultimately our food supply, is to ban bee-killing pesticides -- including all products that contain neonicotinoids.
The EPA has admitted that these pesticides are “very toxic to bees.” It’s time for the EPA to take action to halt the harm by banning bee-killing pesticides once and for all.
Send a message today: Demand that the EPA immediately ban neonicotinoid pesticides!