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.
Systemic pesticides kill bees, butterflies, and bats, and harm our environment. These pollinator issues were discussed in the D.C. spotlight the week of March 24th.
Colony Collapse Disorder is making it harder to find quality beeswax—a sacred substance and popular alternative to petroleum-laced, GMO candles.
Plants from major home garden stores across the country are packed with enough pesticides to kill bees.
Just in time for National Honeybee Day on August 17, the mainstream media puts a spotlight on honeybees. But what are they neglecting to tell us?
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.
Europe will enforce the world’s first continent-wide ban on insecticides blamed for the dramatic disappearance of the honeybee.
The battle for the bees is headed to court. Beekeepers and activist groups filed a federal lawsuit last week against the EPA.
Bees communicate with flowers using an invisible force that flows through all of us, according to a new study. What would Yoda say?