EPA has a new leader: Tell her to step up and protect bees!
Honey bees are responsible for producing 1/3 of our food but they are being wiped out by the indiscriminate use of toxic pesticides called neonicotinoids. It is the job of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to review such pesticides for safety and to take action if they are found to be harmful.
Gina McCarthy has just become the new leader of the EPA. As head of the agency it will be up to her to make sure EPA protects bees and other pollinators from these toxic pesticides. Let’s make sure that the first thing on Administrator McCarthy’s to-do list is to stop stalling and get to work protecting our pollinators.
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