Activist groups challenge California’s illegal approval of new agricultural uses for neonicotinoid pesticides despite mounting evidence that pesticides are causing an unprecedented bee population decline.
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.
According to Laurence Packer, professor of biology at York University in Toronto, bees are dying because their biology makes them more prone to extinction.
The amount of GMOs in our food is overwhelming. Here's a list of unhealthy foods that are either loaded with chemicals or genetically treated -- even if they say differently!
Women living in close proximity to pesticide-treated farms face a two-thirds increased risk of giving birth to children with developmental disorders like autism, a new U.C. Davis study shows.
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!
The Bee Panacea craze is sweeping the nation, and now, the bee pollen benefits packed in every bag of HiveMind bee pollen will be infused into Virgin Raw's Bee Panacea!
Engineering may someday bypass the bee-death-pesticides conundrum with RoboBees, a bigger, better pollinator that subscribes to the laws of robotics.
What if we told you that advertising convinced society that we need to apply pit stick to fit in and be loved. Today mainstream brands are selling underarm products while putting our health and lives at risk.
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?
Victoria Beckham is regularly sharing healthy tips and “obsessions” with her nearly 8 million fans. But is there any truth to her claims about Virgin Raw Bee Panacea?
It’s officially the seventh annual Pollinator Week, an international celebration of the valuable ecosystem services that bees, birds, butterflies, bats, and beetles provide.