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A Big Win for Bees!
Environment  (tags: bees, EPA, sulfoxaflor, Colony Collapse Disorder, Mega Corporations, honeybee crisis, photo essay )

Sheryl
- 1394 days ago - earthjustice.org
A federal court has ruled that the EPA violated the law when it approved sulfoxaflor without first assessing the risk to honeybees. Learn more about the honeybee crisis in photo essay.
TAKE ACTION NOW! HELP SAVE BEES FROM TOXIC PESTICIDES!
Environment  (tags: MONSANTO, BEES, COLONY COLLAPSE DISORDER, PESTICIDES, protection, pollution, animals, environment, destruction, ecosystems, politics )

AWAY AWHI
- 1881 days ago - secure.nrdconline.org
Chemical giants Dow and Syngenta have asked the Environmental Protection Agency to authorize the expanded use of two highly toxic pesticides that could have deadly consequences for bees
OP-ED: Looks Like the Leftist Fringe Was Right About What's Killing the Bees
Environment  (tags: bees, colony collapse disorder, corproate greed, pesticides, wildlife, research, science )

AWAY AWHI
- 1883 days ago - news.vice.com
After years of wait-and-see news reports, things are getting cinematic: The evil chemical corporation might be the bee murderer after all, but if it is, it's not going down without a fight.
World's No. 1 Pesticide Brings Honeybees to Their Knees, Say Scientists
Environment  (tags: honey bees, colony collapse disorder, die-offs, pesticides, EPA< protection, wildlife, environment, destruction, ecosystems, animals, climate, pollution )

AWAY AWHI
- 1891 days ago - csmonitor.com
A new study from Harvard implicates two neonicotinoid pesticides, imidacloprid and clothianidin, in the ongoing plague of honeybee Colony Collapse Disorder. Imidacloprid is the most widely used pesticide in the world, and both are approved by the EPA.
50,000 Bumblebees Dead After Neonicotinoid Pesticide Use in Oregon
Environment  (tags: honey bees, bumblebees, colony collapse disorder, pesticides )

Stefanie
- 2213 days ago - ecowatch.com
"Beyond the fact that a pesticide was applied to plants while they were attracting large numbers of bees, in this case the pesticide was applied for purely cosmetic reasons. There was no threat to human health..."
Another Mass Mysterious Bee Loss
Environment  (tags: mass bee die off, vanishing bees, colony collapse disorder )

Ellyn
- 2833 days ago - healthfreedoms.org
In Florida, not just one, but a few beekeepers lost millions of bees suddenly in one day. The bees are being tested for chemicals because pesticides are suspected. Irreplaceable hundreds of thousands of dollars were lost instantly.
   

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