As Bees Die Off, the EPA Shuffles its Feet

Despite taking some steps to start limiting neonicotinoid use on some crops, the EPA is doing a disservice by not looking at the impact of neonicotinoid seed treatments on pollinators. According to Civil Eats, "As concern has grown over neonicotinoids’ adverse impacts on bees, the EPA has taken steps to limit their use when plants are blooming and bees are present. But these measures don’t apply to seed treatments." Recently a number of farmers have even filed suit against the EPA...

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