Global Bee Emergency – What you can do – Act now



Quietly, globally, billions of bees are dying, threatening our crops and
food. But a global ban of one group of pesticides could save bees from

Four European countries have begun banning these poisons, and some bee
populations are recovering. But chemical companies are lobbying hard to
keep all killer pesticides on the market. A global outcry now for a ban in
the US and EU, where debate is raging, could provoke a total ban and a
ripple effect around the world.

Let's build a giant global buzz calling for these dangerous chemicals to be
outlawed in the US and EU until and unless they are proved to be safe. Sign
the petition to save bees and our crops and send this to everyone:


* Plant a pollinator-friendly garden
* Don't use pesticides or chemical fertilizers
* Naturalize / plant native flowers in your yard
* Become a backyard beekeeper
* Support conservation, wetland conservation, biodiversity
* Avoid industrial food and GMOs — buy local organic
* Be a pollinator observer
* Learn more and get involved
* Live sustainably. It's all connected.

Pollination Canada — pollinating insects are "essential for over a billion
dollars of apples, pears, cucumbers, melons, berries, and many other kinds
of Canadian farm produce".

North American Pollinator Protection Campaign

Pollinator Partnership

More Groups, Organizations, Resources
North America:
(warning: might include government partners with vested
interests in corporate, pesticide-intensive agriculture)

Post your bee-friendly jobs, internships and volunteer
opportunities with GoodWork:

Recycle, Reuse, Rejoice!

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