My Note: Bees are highly endangered and highly important to our food survival. This petition is geared for Pennsylvania residents to sign. If you live elsewhere, just use the link below from this organization (Saving Animals from Extinction) below, who sent me the petition:

EPA Expected to Extend Use of Bee-Killing Pesticides

The Environmental Protection Agency knows that pollinators like bees and butterflies will be threatened if they approve these harmful pesticides – so it’s up to environmental activists like us to fight back and defend bees!

That’s why we’re sending this advocacy petition to the EPA first thing in the morning tomorrow to prove how essential it is to protect pollinators.

Don’t waste another second! We need 10,000 signatures from PA to DEMAND the EPA protect pollinators and STOP the use of bee‑killing pesticides!


Demand the EPA Save Bees →


Bees are already on the brink of extinction – and if the EPA extends pesticide use, we could see a massive impact.

Experts say that we’ve lost about 60% of honey bee hives since 1947! We can’t afford to lose more bees at this rate.

Click the link below to add your name to our petition by midnight tonight and SAVE endangered bees:


Demand the EPA Save Bees →


Bees need you,

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Bee Petition from the Environmental Working Group

If you’ve saved your information with FastAction, clicking this button will automatically add your name to this petition.

We’ve got great news to share:
Walmart just became the latest retailer to take action against bee-killing pesticides known as neonics!Now: We need 50,000 signatures to keep the pressure on Big Ag and get pesticides out of grocery stores across the country. Will you sign our petition calling on more retailers to take action?

If you’ve saved your information with FastAction, clicking this button will automatically add your name to this petition.

Bees are responsible for pollinating one-third of our food supply, but global bee populations are in rapid decline. Scientists are pointing to a dangerous group of pesticides known as neonics as a potential cause, and new research suggests the damage doesn’t end there.

A recent study from the CDC found neonics in 50% of children in the U.S. ages 3 to 5 years old. Evidence also suggests that these chemicals may harm kids’ developing nervous systems and brains.

That’s a risk we simply cannot afford to take. We’ve set a goal of reaching 50,000 signatures on our petition urging retailers to stand up to Big Ag and keep neonics out of our grocery aisles. Can we count on you to add your name immediately?

If you’ve saved your information with FastAction, clicking this button will automatically add your name to this petition.

Walmart is the biggest retailer yet to stand up to Big Ag by taking action against neonics, but the truth is, pesticide companies will do anything to protect their profits. Our movement could lose serious momentum if we give polluters even a second to retaliate.

We need 50,000 signatures before we run out of time to keep the pressure on. If you agree that more retailers must keep toxic, bee-killing pesticides out of our produce aisles, use this link to sign our petition:

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