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Brussels :: Belgium | 11 months ago

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The government says it accepts the EU ban on the use of some pesticides linked to bee deaths, but it rejects the science behind the moratorium. In a response to the Environmental Audit Committee, the government indicates it will not ban the use of

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Wellington :: New Zealand | 11 months ago

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At the Ecomatters Olympic Park site in New Lynn they will be planting bee-friendly plants as part of a partnership between De Winkel and the National Beekeepers Association (NBA). De Winkel are donating the plants and the idea is to educate New

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Boston :: MA :: USA | 11 months ago

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A Jamaica Plain beekeeper performed a roof-top extrication today for a Boston couple facing a potentially sticky situation. Jean-Claude Bourrut removed an estimated 10,000 Italian honeybees from underneath the roof-deck planks of a Back Bay

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Shanghai :: China | 11 months ago

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PhilippinesThe Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Thursday warned the public against buying nine imminently dangerous household insecticides, eight of them made in China. In an advisory, the FDA said it was taking measures to get these harmful

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Plymouth :: United Kingdom | 11 months ago

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That's the bottom line of a recent study claiming that many plants touted as bee-friendly are actually deadly, because they've been pre-treated with pesticides shown to harm and kill bees. The study, released by Friends of the Earth-US and co-

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Tauranga :: New Zealand | 11 months ago

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Colin Partridge, so they can plan to put the findings into practice and improve the consistency of harvests...If avocado growers could soon be able to call in special reinforcements to pollinate their trees the not-so-humble bumblebee it will do a

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Bangkok :: Thailand | 11 months ago

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The organisation's regional head, Jay Dayal, was present at the forum's conference in Bangkok, Thailand, where a presentation on biological farming captured the attention of investors from all over the world. A presentation by Professor Guna Magesan,

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Fort Worth :: TX :: USA | 11 months ago

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A swarm of bees occupying a dilapidated North Texas building has attacked several people, stinging one man more than 100 times before turning on responding emergency personnel. The man and a paramedic were hospitalized Sunday afternoon following the

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Brussels :: Belgium | 12 months ago

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After the loss of 10 million beehives to Colony Collapse Disorder and numerous studies linking bee deaths to neonicotinoid pesticides, the U.S. government is joining the European Union to pass legislation protecting this vulnerable species...

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Denver :: CO :: USA | 12 months ago

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The infamous organochlorine insecticide, DDT (dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane), has been banned from agricultural use worldwide since 1972, after world leaders decided it was universally unsafe at the Stockholm Convention. At the time, DDT was linked

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