Stop Syngenta’s bee-toxic plan

Pesticide corporation Syngenta is pushing EPA to allow even more use of one of its bee-harming neonicotinoid pesticides, thiamethoxam. But the science is clear: bee populations are declining at alarming rates and pesticides are a big part of the problem.
Even at low doses that aren’t immediately lethal, neonics wreak havoc on bees — suppressing their immune systems and disrupting their ability to navigate, forage for food and return to the hive.
It’s time for EPA to step up and address this known threat, not put more neonics in the field!
Before the comment period closes on October 6, join us in urging EPA to say no to Syngenta’s request!

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Inspiring Actions Against Fracking

Today, at more than 300 events in 32 countries on 6 continents and 30 states, thousands of people are joining together for the Global Frackdown to fight back against big oil and gas and call on their local officials to ban fracking.
Join in the action virtually by telling the United Nations that fracking is not a sustainable energy solution!
While people are calling for bans on fracking in their local communities, we can all do our part today by sending a message to the United Nations asking them to block fracking in their Sustainable Energy for All plan. This week we delivered a letter to U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon calling for no fracking in the Sustainable Energy for All Initiative at the United Nations. It was signed by 250 groups in 39 countries. Ban Ki-moon has come out strongly against climate change, so it's just unacceptable that his Sustainable Energy for All Initiative allows countries to justify fracking for natural gas as a sustainable energy strategy.

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