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Environmental Groups Head to Court Over Pollinator-Killing Pesticides


Environmental Groups Head to Court Over Pollinator-Killing Pesticides

TORONTO - Environmental groups are headed to court in a bid to protect pollinators from a harmful class of pesticides.

The David Suzuki Foundation, Friends of the Earth Canada, Ontario Nature and the Wilderness Committee have been tracking the scientific evidence linking neonicotinoid pesticides and pollinator deaths. Now, they say it’s time for Canada to stop ignoring the risks.

Ecojustice lawyers representing the groups argue that a number of pesticides containing two neonicotinoid active ingredients (Clothianidin and Thiamethoxam) are unlawfully registered in Canada.



Long Live the fighters for Mother Earth and Her creatures! VIVA!

The political world is a wholly-owned and corrupted subsidiary of corporate greed and profits Uber Alles - profits above all else - anything associated with producing profit regardless how destructive, how much they cost America and the world in cancer and other health care costs, how much air and water pollution they cause and much else. Politicians and their BS "regulatory" agency charade are owned by big-money and the swine who destroy our Mother!

Without the dedicated souls who struggle for the Earth, we would all be going down even faster........they just have to beware of fifth-columnist agents who infiltrate and water-down true activism or back BS "deals" with corporate swine that really give-away the struggle........