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It was January of this year that the European Food Safety Authority turned heads with their confirmation that neonicotinoids - insecticides derived from chemicals related to nicotine - are a smoking gun in the massive bee die off - also known as Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD).
Multiple around-the-world studies and documentaries have implicated these pesticides in massive bee death since 2006, causing a great debate in the EU. Activists, environmentalists, scientists and even politicians were shocked and dismayed that the two-year ban suggested by the European Commission didn't pass on Friday.
Originally posted by TiredofControlFreaks
reply to post by RedbeardedFoo
The EXACT same thing can be said for activists - with one exception - activists PRODUCE NOTHING AND BENEFIT NOONE.
Tired of control Freaks