Send a message to the EPA chief, Michael Regan, urging him to ban bee-killing uses of neonics and save the future of our food supply.
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Bees and other pollinators are dying at an alarming rate from a deluge of toxic pesticides called neonics, pushed by agrochemical giants like Bayer.
We depend on bees and other pollinators for one out of every three bites of food we eat. Simply put, fewer bees = less food. That could mean increasing food costs, reduced access to healthier foods, and food scarcity that will hit low-income communities and communities of color especially hard. Enough is enough.
Bees can’t wait: We need to ratchet up the pressure on Biden's EPA to ban bee-killing uses of neonics and put pollinators and people ahead of industry profits.