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Save Bees: Deliver a Card to Lowe's
Animals  (tags: bees, pesticides, animalwelfare, animalrights, animalcruelty, animals, conservation, death, endangered, environment, extinction, habitat, humans, killed, killing, law, protection, sadness, society, suffering, wildanimals, wildlife )

Sara
- 8 days ago - action.foe.org
Please join thousands of people across the U.S. and Canada and help us deliver Halloween cards asking Lowe's to give bees treats, not tricks, and stop selling bee-killing pesticides.
Stop Syngenta's Bee-Killing Pesticide Plan
Animals  (tags: bees, pesticides, abuse, animalcruelty, animalrights, animalwelfare, animals, conservation, crime, cruelty, death, endangered, environment, ethics, extinction, habitat, humans, investigation, killed, killing, law, protection, sadness, society, suffering )

Sara
- 25 days ago - act.credoaction.com
Syngenta's new proposal to radically increase neonicotinoid pesticide spraying could be a death sentence for bees. We need your help to build massive pressure on the EPA to reject it.
Ban the Bee Killers
Animals  (tags: bees, pesticides, abuse, animalcruelty, animalrights, animalwelfare, animals, conservation, cruelty, death, endangered, environment, ethics, extinction, habitat, humans, investigation, killed, killing, law, protection, sadness, society, suffering, wildani )

Sara
- 26 days ago - secure.avaaz.org
Sign the emergency petition now, and send it on to everyone -- let's build a giant global buzz calling for the US to outlaw these killer chemicals and Avaaz will deliver it to key decision makers.
Urge Your Representative to Protect Pollinators!
Animals  (tags: bees, pesticides, animalrights, animalwelfare, animals, conservation, death, endangered, environment, ethics, extinction, habitat, humans, killed, killing, law, protection, society, suffering, wildlife )

Sara
- 33 days ago - action.beyondpesticides.org
We need to put public pressure on our elected members of Congress. Have them join Representative Conyers and Blumenauer in telling EPA to follow the lead of FWS and take the right steps to forward pollinator health.
Protect Endangered Animals From Pesticides ! Please SIGN and SHARE !!!
Animals  (tags: pesticides, dangerous animals, wildlife, wildanimals )

Angela
- 38 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
More than one billion pounds of pesticides are sprayed in North America every year. Many have been linked to cancer and other negative health impacts. But what about the animals? The same chemicals that harm us, affect also 119 endangered animal species
Scientists Create a Pesticide That Won't Kill the Bees--and It's All Natural
Animals  (tags: pesticides, bees die-offs, wildlife, animals, protection, humans, animals, protection )

Cal
- 133 days ago - takepart.com
A biopesticide made from spider venom and a plant protein offers hope for saving pollinators.
Quarter of Europe's Bumblebee Species Risk Extinction: Study
Animals  (tags: environment, animals, animalrights, bees, pesticides, animals, animalwelfare, animaladvocates, wildlife, wildanimals, protection )

Cal
- 201 days ago - timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Almost a quarter of European bumblebee species are threatened with extinction, largely because of climate change and intensive farming, the International Union for Conservation of Nature warned
TAKE ACTION NOW! Save Endangered Butterflies - ForceChange
Animals  (tags: animalwelfare, animals, animaladvocates, pesticides, environment, protection )

Cal
- 297 days ago - forcechange.com
Researchers have just identified British Columbia's most threatened butterfly as the Oregon branded Skipper. Pesticides that are known to kill insects and damage crops threaten the butterfly subspecies
Point Pelee National Park Cancels Monarch Butterfly Count
Animals  (tags: Butterflies, conservation, habitat loss, Monarch butterfly, pesticides )

Julie
- 389 days ago - cbc.ca
The southern tip of Canada is a critical stopover for migrating Monarch butterflies. Point Pelee National Park in Leamington, Ont., has cancelled its annual monarch butterfly count due to the lack of butterflies.
Global Love Of Bananas May Be Hurting Costa Rica's Crocodiles
Animals  (tags: pesticides, bananas, animals, animalwelfare, pollution, wildlife, wildanimals, protection, environment, humans )

Cal
- 391 days ago - npr.org
Each year, we eat more bananas than any other fruit. But banana growers use a lot of pesticides -- and those chemicals could be hurting wildlife. As a new study shows, the pesticides are ending up in the bodies of crocodiles living near banana farms in Co
Bayer Sues European Commission for Saving Millions of Bees.
Animals  (tags: bees, pesticides, Bayer, European Commission, extinction, wildlife, environment )

Dawn
- 412 days ago - action.sumofus.org
Wow. Bayer has just sued the European Commission to overturn a ban on the pesticides that are killing millions of bees around the world. A huge public push won this landmark ban only months ago -- and we can't sit back and let Big Pesticide overturn it we
Take Bee-Harming Pesticides Off the Market ACTION
Animals  (tags: pesticides, environment, protection, bees, ecosystems, destruction, habitatdestruction, crime )

Nancy
- 460 days ago - action.panna.org
In North America, honey bees pollinate nearly 95 kinds of fruits, from almonds to avocados, cranberries to apples. We rely on them for the food we eat every day. And they urgently need our help!
5 Ways to Help Our Disappearing Bees
Animals  (tags: bees, wild lbees, pesticides, die-offs, agriculture, protection, animalwelfare, world, protection, land mine detection, world )

Cal
- 471 days ago - mnn.com
Colony collapse disorder is claiming many of North America and Europe's bees. But there are simple things you can do to help keep them buzzing.
Monarchs of Life
Animals  (tags: monarch butterflies, extinction, pesticides, sadness, humans, endangered, environment )

Tamara
- 503 days ago - truth-out.org
Have you ever been in Toluca, Mexico, to catch a glimpse of the monarch butterfly migration? I was, back in the mid '90s, to witness one of the most glorious and spectacular mysteries in the world we live in. It may very well be too late for you now, and
TAKE ACTION NOW! Help Save Honey Bees!
Animals  (tags: bees, wild lbees, pesticides, die-offs, agriculture, protection, animalwelfare, world, protection, land mine detection, world )

Cal
- 513 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
In 2010, the United States alone lost a third of its total honey bee colonies for the fifth year in a row. Since 2006, the American bee population has plummeted from 4.5 million honey-producing hives to only 860,000 and falling.
 

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