Advocating for pollinators has become increasingly prominent in recent years due to alarming declines in populations in recent years. Especially our beloved bees.
It’s no secret we love popcorn: Americans consume more than 16 billion quarts of popcorn each year. But we’re getting more than we bargained for: bee-toxic pesticides called neonicotinoids, or “neonics” for short.
Strong goals to save pollinators will not be achieved without immediate changes to current pesticide use and regulation!
Systemic pesticides kill bees, butterflies, and bats, and harm our environment. These pollinator issues were discussed in the D.C. spotlight the week of March 24th.
Bernie the Bee visited Washington to deliver a petition with more than half a million signatures demanding the EPA do something to protect pollinators.
The time has come to take a stand against the systemic pesticides that are killing bees. From the front lines, Paul Towers, of Pesticides Action Network, makes a clear case and asks The Golden State to step forward and be the change.
Activists, concerned citizens, and beekeepers, including Congressman Dennis Kucinich and CCD Posterboy David Hackenberg, huddled outside of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to protest systemic pesticides that continue to slowly kill honeybees and humans.
One state hopes to lead the country in demanding proper and honest labeling for genetically modified foods.
The battle for the bees is headed to court. Beekeepers and activist groups filed a federal lawsuit last week against the EPA.
It appears Monsanto has successfully slipped a law through Congress that will allow it to continue selling genetically modified products even if a federal judge orders them off the market.
A 75-year-old farmer is fighting back against Monsanto's master plan to genetically modify, patent, and control the world's supply of seeds.
Remember Agent Orange? Big Agriculture wants to poison our food with a toxin developed by the U.S. military for chemical warfare.