Dutch local authority bans Monsanto’s Roundup

This video from the USA is called Dr. Huber Explains Problems with Monsanto‘s Roundup Ready GMO Alfalfa & Coexistence.

Dick de Vos, local councillor for the Party for the Animals in Leiden, the Netherlands, reports in an article about bumblebees, that Leiden local authority will ban the poisonous Roundup, made by Monsanto corporation, in 2015.

Mr de Vos says this is good news for bees, which die from Roundup; though the ban should have been earlier.

An earlier blog post on action against Roundup in Leiden is here.

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