Nature Needs Us Right Now Be A Bee Champion And Help Now Not Later Now

Bumble Bee Titchwell April

Please do not stand by and let our bees be killed - we need our bees.

Now we have left the EU the British government will be allowing EU banned pesticides Neonicotinoid Thiamethoxam to be used on crops. This pesticide is lethal to bees and other pollinators which our environment desperately needs to pollinate flora and fauna. Bees alone pollinate 3/4 of all British crops, which makes the use of this pesticide incredibly counter-intuitive. Sign this petition to tell the government that this is NOT acceptable and that our environment matters!

It only takes a few moments of your time to sign the petition and it will make a difference! This Government is under pressure and behind in the polls so the last thing they need is a huge petition telling them they are wrong, tell them look at the facts and science and get it right. Facts and science are the way forward not bending to bigger profits or who funds your political party. We need bees and other pollinators like we need oxygen it is that stark without them our ecosystems fail and us too. Follow this link and sign now...

Bumble Bee

In lockdown many people have discovered how wonderful nature is and how good it is for our mental health now is a time to say thank you to nature and sign this petition. It really is hugely important that we all stand up for nature is every way we can, do it, you will feel better for doing it. Don't leave it to others or think my voice wont count - it will. it does - if millions of people stand shoulder to shoulder with nature we can have a better world it is up to you. Make 2021 the year we stood up and were counted. Make change for the better happen, now. Go sign the petition.

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