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.
Can GM corn trigger burning rashes, exhaustion, headaches, a constant head cold, nausea, and insomnia? This powerful and personal tale of healing may change the way you think about Monsanto's experiments with our food supply.
Of Genetically Modified Corn
Bernie the Bee visited Washington to deliver a petition with more than half a million signatures demanding the EPA do something to protect pollinators.
Diesel fuel could be a crucial element in the vanishing of the bees, according to a new study.
The largest beekeeping organizations in America have filed a lawsuit against the EPA for its approval of the pesticide sulfoxaflor, shown to be “highly toxic” to honey bees, and other insect pollinators.
Inaction? Intransigence? Negligence? Whatever the right word, we’re reminded that the U.S. is behind the curve when it comes to protecting bees.
Bayer’s systemic nicotine-based pesticides are one of the main culprits behind Colony Collapse Disorder. So what does the company do? Launch a million dollar bee "research" institute to keep the public from the truth.
The time has come to take a stand against the systemic pesticides that are killing bees. From the front lines, Paul Towers, of Pesticides Action Network, makes a clear case and asks The Golden State to step forward and be the change.
A harsh chemical added to soap and other personal care products to fight germs may be taking a serious toll on your health.
According to the EPA, most paints are full of volatile organic compounds that are known to cause cancer. Fortunately, there are alternatives!
Activists, concerned citizens, and beekeepers, including Congressman Dennis Kucinich and CCD Posterboy David Hackenberg, huddled outside of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to protest systemic pesticides that continue to slowly kill honeybees and humans.
Most people don't realize how much arsenic is hidden in this thirst-quenching drink, or how it threatens their health. There are two ways it gets there and only one way to get it out.