Pollinating insects and animals are vital to the world. Not only do bees, birds, butterflies, bats, beetles and many other such pollinators support the ecosystem, they provide healthy watershed and maintain terrestrial productivity.
Yet pollinators are in a state of decline, especially the bee, which puts human life in danger, threatens global food webs and concerns the integrity of biodiversity.
While many environmentalists, organizations and advocates continuously campaign to protect the health of native pollinators; March Against Monsanto and Bee Against Monsanto have initiated a global call to action to Help Save the Bees in a week-long demonstration from Dec. 15-Dec. 19.
According to Millions Against Monsanto and organized by Organic Consumers Association, it's time we spread the word and take action for bees this week! Tell The White House and President Barack Obama to #BeeKindObama and protect pollinators from harmful pesticides. We must ban Neonics to protect our pollinators!
Joining the online action is easy:
1) Write out the hashtag #BeeKindObama on a sheet of paper, whiteboard, or print out the shareable bee image to the right.
2) Take a photo of yourself with the hashtag, asking the President to #BeekindObama and suspend harmful neonic pesticides.
3) Upload the photo to social media (Facebook or Twitter)
4) Tweet or post to @BarackObama or @WhiteHouse, and be sure to include the hashtag #BeeKindObama!