The EPA’s good move on pesticides


Think that pesticide makers should be required to list not just the so-called "active ingredients" in their products but also the inert ones – like those recently found to be potentially more harmful in Roundup than the glophosate itself?  Then head on over to the EPA to tell them you support this move – that the EPA itself is now proposing.  Here's their press release with the long-overdo but still great news.

Paul Tukey's quick take on this is: "Read it closely; the EPA wants your comments. This is a great opportunity to overturn a decades-long travesty."  Thanks to Paul for keeping us posted about this and really, all news related to pesticides.  Like:

  • And one questionable move by the EPA in the past – approving a pesticide that seems to be killing bees – has recently been overturn in court, thanks to a suit brought by the Natural Resources Defense Council.  Here's the NRDC's press release about it.

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  1. While this is a step in the right direction I can’t help but want even more information on the decline of bees. This is a serious situation and requires vigilance on all counts.

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