“There is a huge body of evidence, which cannot be ignored, showing that certain neonicotinoids are harmful to bees and other wild pollinators.” (http://scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/article/scottish-wildlife-trust-amp-buglife-scotland-call-for-permanent-ban-on-damaging-insecticides/)
Who can ignore a huge bee-shaped body?
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“While acknowledging the importance of pollinators, the government’s response also importantly recognises the value to society of food production and the underpinning role pesticides play in that production.” (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-24024634)
The government itself seems to be suffering the disorienting and addictive effects of neonicotinoid ingestion.
“The Woodland Trust in Wales (Coed Cadw) … is offering farmers and other landowners “pollinator packs” of 210 native trees specially selected to provide a food source for [bees and other pollinators].” (http://www.woodlandtrust.presscentre.com/News-Releases/Isn-t-it-funny-how-bees-like-trees-f06.aspx)
No need to import bees (Aliens); grow your own. #BzzzzZZZZ#
“With the decline in pollinating insects in recent years, food producers are increasingly reliant upon imported bees.” (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-23347867)
Please rush me a pint of your finest bees. I enclose a stamped, addressed jar. #BzzzZZZZzz#
Anyone for a cartoon?