Members of the Bee Coalition today welcome the Government’s public ‘Call to Action’ to help reverse declining bee numbers and other pollinating insects.
The pesticides giant Syngenta has retracted its request to use harmful neonicotinoid pesticides.
Ministers must stand up to intense lobbying from the pesticide industry by refusing to allow a banned bee-harming pesticide to be used on Britain’s crops,
Polish NGOs show that coal power waste would illegally raise the water temperature of the Vistula River by 0.5°C.
Buglife, ClientEarth, SumOfUs.org and three other European NGOs are applying to the courts to defend a ban of three deadly wildlife-harming chemicals.
Some pesticides have been banned by the European Commission. Some companies are challenging this pesticides ban, so we’re standing up for the bees.
We’ve joined with 12 other organisations to call for the UK Govt to show its commitment to reversing bee declines with a ban on neonicotinoid pesticides.
The UK Government to show its commitment to reversing pollinator declines by fully enforcing the ban on bee-harming pesticide use.
Beekeepers and supporters will be marching on Parliament to persuade Government to support an EU ban of chemicals that are harmful to bees.