Elias Marat – The bees and pollinator insects desperately need our protection right now.
Olivia Rosane – More than 40 percent of the world’s insects could go extinct in the next few decades.
Alex Pietrowski – At what point do we rally to do something about this?
Alex Pietrowski – Another reason to ban glyphosate now.
Heather Callaghan – When will America follow suit?
Courtney Lindwal – A megamerger between two of the world’s biggest agricultural corporations looms on the horizon.
John Vibes – The state of Virginia has announced an initiative to help reverse the decline in bee populations.
Lisa Egan – Our very existence depends on the tiny buzzing creatures.
Alex Pietrowski – When will we see this happen in North America?
Claire Bernish – What happens when all bees and other pollinator insects are gone?
Vic Bishop – Costco is a prime position to influence the overall use of pollinator killing neonics.
Alex Pietrowski – The global concern over declining bee populations should apply to all insects.
Derrick Broze – A major victory for bees as one of the largest manufactures of garden products makes big changes.
Christina Sarich – A German supermarket chain with stores in the U.S., has become the first major European retailer to ban pesticides toxic to bees.
Margie King – Studies show that bee propolis has important anti-cancer properties.
Christina Sarich – With bee die off accelerating, protestors are outraged at government.
Alex Pietrowski – Why are we still using neonicotinoids?
Video – This video from “Immense Possibilities” discusses the need to save the bees and offers ideas of what we can do to save these small but important creatures.
Video – Here’s a presentation on the importance of bees and how their disappearance can affect human lives.
Margie King – Bees make more than honey. They also make gunk called propolis. And this “bee glue” is a powerful health balm.