The Trump administration is removing restrictions to "please the chemical industry," Earthjustice attorney charges.
Environmentalists slam the Trump administration's "reckless" move as honeybee colonies collapse.
Almond growers need honeybees to survive. Beekeepers need almond growers to pay the bills. But as almonds boom, bees are struggling.
The president's early actions have created uncertainty for the country's scientists, and could be standing in the way of important research.
Bees are vital to food security. Let's give the critters a helping hand.
That's the number of bees necessary to sustain a healthy hive.
Tabitha Babbitt. Ada Lovelace. Yvonne Brill. Mary Anderson. Bertha Benz. Mikaila is showing us the real transformative power
Scientists point to a complex web of factors, including climate change and habitat destruction, to explain the massive collapse
Bees pollinate 75 percent of our fruits, nuts and vegetables here in the US. If we lose our bees, we'll lose these crops
Big Giant Cereal Companies have it very hard these days. Sales are soggy. Processed food is so last century plus Millennials find it a nuisance to wash the bowl and the spoon.
By Clint Rainey U.N. researchers suggest making a handful of "relatively simple, relatively inexpensive" moves -- common
Now that the world entomological community is in general agreement that the United States and global honeybee population is not, and has never been, threatened with extinction by pesticides, the focus of advocacy concern has suddenly shifted to wild bees.
Witnessing this robust yet intricate system brings light to the plight of the bees and ourselves unless we adjust our human-centric perspective to one of stewardship. The world does not revolve around the human being.
Thanksgiving dinner could get a lot less delicious in the years to come, however, if we don't act to reverse alarming declines in bee populations. That's because one in three bites of the foods we love -- including my chutney and many other seasonal favorites -- depend on bees for pollination.
Farmers have been relying on them for about 9,000 years, says a new study.