It took only a decade for the agency in charge of protecting our environment to make a stand against the systemic pesticides killing bees. Now what? Is it all part of their Kabuki dance with the chemical companies.
The major causes of colony collapse might seem impossible for a single individual to fight. But there are small steps everyone can take to reverse the disastrous decline of our most important pollinator.
Last week, a story about GMO corn killing millions of bees in Canada went viral. Only one small oversight, the title was misleading and the event was two years old. So what is the current bee situation in Canada?
Bees are vital to life on earth, and our entire food chain is now in danger. Take urgent action today and sign the emergency petition.
The Center for Food Safety was pleased to see the White House recently acknowledge the impact of pesticides. But simply acknowledging these impacts will not stop bee colony collapse.
Detroit is the newest major U.S. city to go green! From farmers' markets to urban sustainability, Detroit is jumping on the organic wagon and they need YOUR help!
President Obama issued a memorandum this week, announcing the creation of a federal strategy to promote the health of all pollinators. But does the plan have substance?
Perhaps the latest study from Harvard will finally sound the gong on systemic pesticides: Neonicotinoids are proven to kill honeybees.
California's almond groves are blamed for a new and massive honeybee die-off. So what do almond trees have to do with honeybees?
There's an avocado shortage and Chipotle Mexican Grill might do the unthinkable: Strike avocados and guacamole from the menu.
It was 2007 when I began scouring the net for information on colony collapse disorder, and came upon an eerie and beautifully sad short animation hailing from Lithuania.
After a lengthy lobbying effort from bee lovers, Los Angeles is finally taking the first steps to legalize urban beekeeping in the city.