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Bev Hogan
Bev Hogan

We need the bees need to be protected.

Kimberley Gordon
Kimberley Gordon
  • Bev Hogan

Save the bees, mother!!!!! ;-)

Susan di'Benedetto
Susan di'Benedetto

This sort of thing has been going on since the 1970's. Until big business isn't run for purely profit(whatever the cost to other human beings or the planet) not much will change until more of us stand up and be counted. These people in power and big business, because of their wealth think they won't be affected or just don't care, I'm not sure if their judgement is impaired, what happens to this planet is going to affect every single one of us!

CantoalAgua Mundial
CantoalAgua Mundial

Respeto a las Abejas! Somos Agua!

Jessica Coco
Jessica Coco

One of the problem with neonicotides is it never biodegrades, it stays in the soil forever. It passes in the human body, too, from parents to children & their children and so on. It not only poisons the soil & those who eat the foods contaminated with it, but it prevents plants from absorbing necessary minerals & nutrients. In effect, its killing us by demineralizing us, which causes cancer, heart disease, and so forth. 20% of the US population no longer lives past 50 & 1/3 never make it to...

One of the problem with neonicotides is it never biodegrades, it stays in the soil forever. It passes in the human body, too, from parents to children & their children and so on. It not only poisons the soil & those who eat the foods contaminated with it, but it prevents plants from absorbing necessary minerals & nutrients. In effect, its killing us by demineralizing us, which causes cancer, heart disease, and so forth. 20% of the US population no longer lives past 50 & 1/3 never make it to 62. We are been poisoned so once we work the best years of our lives, we die before collecting social security.

Mary Irvine
Mary Irvine

BEE GOOD TO THE BEES AND THEY WILL BEES GOOD TO YOU< US.

Patrick Hardesty
Patrick Hardesty

Signed by me!

Sal Pearson
Sal Pearson

Just a thought....but ash die back as been in europe for 20odd years now & getting increasingly either virulent or widespread...who knows which...however, neonics have been in europe for the same amount of time. Neonics must necessarily be in the water table as they don't break down in water. Ash loves to grow in a more watery soil.
It's not only the bees that are showing signs of distress but there are a whole host of other flora & fauna that are displaying distress signals. You just have...

Just a thought....but ash die back as been in europe for 20odd years now & getting increasingly either virulent or widespread...who knows which...however, neonics have been in europe for the same amount of time. Neonics must necessarily be in the water table as they don't break down in water. Ash loves to grow in a more watery soil.
It's not only the bees that are showing signs of distress but there are a whole host of other flora & fauna that are displaying distress signals. You just have to look at the compromised immune systems of a variety of trees in the UK: oak, horse chestnut, juniper, larch, & now ash to name the ones we know about.
When did you last see a hedgehog? They "enjoy" a diet predominantly of earthworms that dwell in a pesticide laden soil. They process soil through themselves......are they little succulent poison bombs for the hedgehog?
Newts & other aquatic creatures that try to live in our water systems. I can almost bet that over 50% of you have not seen a newt in years.
Just a thought or two.

Rolf Halliday
Rolf Halliday

very concern about this..i signing it now..:)

Felice Romanazzi
Felice Romanazzi

Stop ai veleni.

Michel Cittone Écorésistant

No more bees, no more humans.

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