Commissioner Andriukaitis left it to the JRC to assess the neonic ban. Conclusion: the 2013 ban was a failure. Time to retract!
This blog was Part 2 of what became known as the BeeGate trilogy. Originally published on 10 December 2014, it exposed the low qualifications of many of the activist bee scientists and the anti-industry, pro-organic organisations funding them. As EFSA is about to advise on the temporary neonicotinoid precautionary ban, I think it is a good idea…
Activist scientists had a strategy document on how they could manipulate the process to ban neonics. I found it.
A UK research centre uses bad data to correlate neonics to wild bee decline, and then Friends of the Earth captures the FT to save the bees. How do you spell “Stupid”?