Save the bees

Tell Amazon: Stop the sale of neonicotinoid pesticides

Kazoka |

Over the past 25 years, America’s agricultural landscape has become 48 times more toxic to honeybees, and likely to other pollinators as well.

In large part, this is due to the widespread overuse of neonics, which are some of the most commonly used pesticides in the world. These pesticides are driving a collapse in pollinator populations.

Neonics are bad for bees — and we need to protect pollinators from them. Amazon can and should stop contributing to the decline of bees — because while the company is great at speedy delivery, it can’t next-day ship a new species. That’s why we’re urging you to halt the sale of neonicotinoid pesticides on Amazon.