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#DEGENERATION

NO TO GENETIC PESTICIDES ARN-i BEE KILLER !

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New industrial biotechnologies based on genetic engineering are being deployed on all continents. Some of them target insects in particular, notably to replace chemical pesticides in intensive agricultural fields. Researchers have documented that they could cause irreversible degeneration of bees, bumblebees, butterflies, and many other essential pollinators in their natural habitats, some of which are sometimes already endangered. Despite this warning, the large multinational companies producing these genetic biotechnologies are seeking an international agreement to facilitate their large-scale commercialisation throughout the world. In response, more than 100 scientists, experts and nature protection organisations have come together to warn about the dangers of genetic biotechnology for pollinators and the living world, and call on international leaders to apply the precautionary principle to the deployment of these technologies in nature. Their international Appeal is available here. Support their initiative by calling for a moratorium to demand a moratorium on the use of these dangerous technologies in nature. Help us stop industry from releasing biotechnologies into the wild that could precipitate the collapse of pollinators and jeopardise all the ecosystem interactions that sustain life on Earth.

WE NEED THE MASSIVE UPRISING OF FRENCH AND EUROPEAN CITIZENS TO HOLD THE INSTITUTIONS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS NEW UNACCEPTABLE ENDANGER TO BEES AND WILD POLLINATORS TO ACCOUNT, AND TO PREVENT THE DANGEROUS DISSEMINATION OF NEW GENETIC PESTICIDES IN THE FUTURE.

RNA-i GENETIC PESTICIDES: WHAT ARE THE RISKS FOR POLLINATORS?

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