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April 2014 - 7 ways pesticide companies are spinning the bee crisis to protect profit (FoE)
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April 2014 - 7 ways pesticide companies are spinning the bee crisis to protect profit (FoE)

A new report by Michele Simon and Friends of the Earth U.S. uncovers the deceptive public relations tactics chemical companies Bayer, Syngenta and Monsanto are using to manufacture doubt about science and fool politicians to delay action on neonicotinoid (neonic) pesticides -- a key contributor to bee declines. As the bee crisis worsens, these companies are using tobacco-style PR tricks to protect their profits at the expense of bees and our future.

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