Insecticides damage genes that help fight toxins and perform other vital functions, according to a new study.
The extinction of honeybees could trigger the collapse of all forms of agriculture that rely on pollination.
Dogs and bees, bees and dogs – it’s not a combination that immediately suggests harmony.
These eco-friendly and consciously made nature perfumes are ideal for those sensitive to synthetic fragrances.
As improbable as it sounds, cities like Los Angeles may be the bees’ best hope for survival.
A breakthrough investigation reveals how the EPA let thousands of pesticides flood the market without rigorous testing.
Here’s an enlightening list of lies fed to us by the food industry, starting with how they managed to mess with our honey, soy sauce, and spices.
The world’s most widely used insecticide is not only devastating honeybee colonies. A groundbreaking study reveals extreme pesticide pollution is also killing dragonflies, snails, and other water-based species in mass amounts.
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Every beekeeper, small or large, hobbyist or commercial, knows that honeybees are in trouble. And the government is not doing nearly enough to help.
The European Commission is finally on the verge of banning pesticides linked to the disappearance of the honeybee. But corporate giants are doing everything in their power to keep the status quo.
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