The EPA Wants to Kill More Bees?


Bee pollinating flower

The bees are disappearing... and chemicals are to blame.

For years, agribusiness giants like Syngenta and Monsanto have been pushing farmers to use harsher and harsher chemicals. There's evidence that a certain class of insecticides is responsible for the alarming decline in bee populations that threatens our food supply.

Now, the EPA is considering allowing even more of these bee-killing chemicals to be used. It's time for the EPA to do its job and stop allowing more and more bee-killing chemicals to be used in food production.

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To the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: [Decision Maker],

I am writing in regards to dockets EPA-HQ-OPP-2014-0008 and EPA-HQ-OPP-2014-0011.



I urge the EPA to help protect America's pollinators by denying Syngenta and Dow's registrations for new uses and amended tolerances. We depend on bees to pollinate many of our crops, and it's time to stop using chemicals that put them -- and our food -- at risk.

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