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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.
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?
The vast majority of honeybee colonies across the country are still suffering above-average winter losses and unusually high losses in the spring and summer seasons.
As more and more land is converted into G.E. crop fields, important pollinators like bees and butterflies are being decimated.
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?
Systemic pesticides threaten to bring global agriculture to a standstill. Bees, the planet’s No. 1 insect pollinators, are dying at an alarming rate. In parts of China, farmers are already forced to pollinate by hand.