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New research shows why flower diversity is important for bee conservation

https://naturalnews.com/2021-02-26-flower-diversity-is-important-for-bee-conservation.html

This is reassuring in terms of bee conservation because flowering plants are diverse. Bee conservation greatly benefits from flower diversity, said co-author Francis Ratnieks. "...

Want to build bee-friendly environments? Follow this science-based guide

https://naturalnews.com/2019-08-25-build-bee-friendly-environments.html

Want to build bee-friendly environments? Follow this science-based guide Sunday, August 25, 2019 by: Edsel Cook bee conservation , bees , conservation , Ecology , environment , flowering plants , flowers , gardening , goodscience , insects , Plants , pollination , pollinators , trees , urban environments , urban gardening , wild bees Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/374939.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) Beekeepers are not ...

FOOD COLLAPSE imminent? Researchers create "robobees" as last ditch effort to compensate for collapsing bee populations

https://naturalnews.com/2018-03-09-researchers-create-robobees-collapsing-bee-populations.html

Researchers create “robobees” as last ditch effort to compensate for collapsing bee populations Friday, March 09, 2018 by: David Williams bee conservation , bee population , bees , food collapse , food science , food supply , goodfood , pollination , pollinators , robobees , robot bees , starvation , weird science - (Natural News ) The invention of robot bees – robobees, for short – could be the long-awaited solution to all sorts of problems caused by the dwindling ...

Politicians join with conservation groups in calling on the EPA to ban bee-killing pesticides until a full scientific review is conducted

https://naturalnews.com/2018-03-04-conservation-groups-epa-ban-bee-killing-pesticides-scientific-review.html

Politicians join with conservation groups in calling on the EPA to ban bee-killing pesticides until a full scientific review is conducted Sunday, March 04, 2018 by: Edsel Cook badfood , badhealth , badpollution , bee population , bee population dangers , conservation , Ecology , effects of pesticides on bees , environ , EPA , goodscience , insecticides , neonic pesticides , neonicotinoids , neonics , pesticides , poison , toxins - (Natural News ) State ...

Here's a good excuse to wait on a chore: It’s good for the bees if you mow the yard less frequently

https://naturalnews.com/2018-04-10-its-good-for-the-bees-if-you-mow-the-yard-less-often.html

Here’s a good excuse to wait on a chore: It’s good for the bees if you mow the yard less frequently Tuesday, April 10, 2018 by: Michelle Simmons bee conservation , bee diversity , bee habitat , bee quantity , bee species , bees , Ecology , environ , green living , herbicide-free yard , honeybees , lawns , mowing , pollinators , yard - (Natural News ) It’s better for bees if homeowners mow the yard less often , according to a study published in ...

U.K. joins the EU in their ban against bee-killing pesticides

https://naturalnews.com/2017-11-27-u-k-joins-the-eu-in-their-ban-against-bee-killing-pesticides.html

U.K. joins the EU in their ban against bee-killing pesticides Monday, November 27, 2017 by: Janine Acero bees , brexit , conservation , Ecology , ecosystem , EU pesticide ban , European Commission , food production , governement policy , insect loss , neonicotinoids , pesticides - (Natural News ) The U.K. has now decided to join the EU-wide ban on pesticides to protect and conserve bees that are dying by the thousands because of the controversial chemicals. ... According to him, ...

Leveraging new tech for conservation: Drones help researchers track sea turtles, gather data

https://naturalnews.com/2018-03-21-new-tech-for-conservation-drones-help-researchers-track-sea-turtles-gather-data.html

Leveraging new tech for conservation: Drones help researchers track sea turtles, gather data Wednesday, March 21, 2018 by: Edsel Cook drone , drones , Ecology , endangered marine life , marine ecosystems , marine habitat , ocean and marine life , Sea Turtles , surveillance , UAV , video surveillance , wildlife conservation - (Natural News ) If you absolutely have to use drones to track something, why not turtles? ... Developers roll out new robo-bee: It can fly, swim, ...

Besides causing cancer in humans, Roundup also kills bees

https://naturalnews.com/2021-04-28-besides-causing-cancer-humans-roundup-kills-bees.html

“The EPA must begin requiring tests of every pesticide formulation for bee toxicity, divulge the identity of ‘secret’ formulation additives so scientists can study them, and prohibit application of Roundup herbicides to flowering plants when bees might be present and killed,” says Bill Freese, the CFS science director. ... Sources for this article include: ChildrensHealthDefense.org NaturalNews.com Previous :Leftist professors propose stripping Christians of their rights for refusing to ...

Farming for conservation: Big Ag focuses on one crop while smaller farms integrate crops and livestock, which is healthier for the environment

https://naturalnews.com/2018-01-18-farming-for-conservation-big-ag-focuses-on-one-crop-while-smaller-farms-integrate-crops-and-livestock-which-is-healthier-for-the-environment.html

Farming for conservation: Big Ag focuses on one crop while smaller farms integrate crops and livestock, which is healthier for the environment Thursday, January 18, 2018 by: Cassie B. ... Potential food crisis looms large over China as floods, torrential rains ruin rice crops - Disqus Take Action: Support Natural News by linking to this article from your website Permalink to this article: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-01-18-farming-for-conservation-big-ag-focuses-on-one-crop-while-smaller-farms-integrate-crops-and-livestock-which-is-healthier-for-the-environment....

Back from the dead: World's biggest bee, thought to be extinct for decades, found in Indonesia

https://naturalnews.com/2019-07-06-worlds-biggest-bee-found-in-indonesia.html

Monster bee with stag beetle-like face rediscovered in Indonesia The monster bee is not part of a hive. ... The bee uses its giant jaws to gather wood resin from trees. The bee then creates a waterproof resin and coats the inside of termite mounds to protect from the termites. "...

Bee warfare: Domesticated honey bees spread viruses on plants, driving wild bumblebees to extinction

https://naturalnews.com/2020-02-09-honey-bees-spread-viruses-wild-bumblebees-extinction.html

Bee warfare: Domesticated honey bees spread viruses on plants, driving wild bumblebees to extinction Sunday, February 09, 2020 by: Michael Alexander animals , biodiversity , bumblebees , conservation , domesticated bees , Ecology , environment , extinction , goodscience , green living , honey bees , Plants , pollination , pollinators , research , wild bees , wildlife Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/403011.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) If ...

'Bee sanctuaries' are springing up across San Francisco rooftops to combat their population's steady decline

https://naturalnews.com/054276_honeybees_San_Francisco_hotel_rooftops.html

The bee population atop the hotel's roof is expected to reach 800,000 by early next year. ... Since just 2007, the amount of land held for conservation by the USDA has dropped by more than half. "...

Breaking - Spokane City Council rebels against bee-killing pesticide and votes to ban neonicotinoids

https://naturalnews.com/045785_honey_bes_neonicotinoids_colony_collapse_disorder.html

Researchers calculate that roughly one-third of the honey bee colonies in the United States have vanished. ... The debate will continue between neonicotinoid pesticide manufactures and scientists as to what is causing the decline in bee numbers and healthy colonies. "...

Developers roll out new robo-bee: It can fly, swim, monitor environmental studies... AND people

https://naturalnews.com/2018-08-26-robo-bee-fly-swim-monitor-people.html

Furthermore, at its current size, RoboBee could easily be mistaken for an actual bee struggling to get out of water. ... Developers roll out new robo-bee: It can fly, swim, monitor environmental studies… AND people The latest prototypes of flying cars do not require a pilot or piloting skills Leveraging new tech for conservation: Drones help researchers track sea turtles, gather data Human agriculture laborers soon OBSOLETE: U.K. researchers grow the world’s first ...

Bee colony die-off - 40 percent fewer honeybee colonies in U.S. than last year

https://naturalnews.com/049766_honeybee_colonies_die-off_pesticides.html

"One year does not make a trend," said Jeff Pettis, co-author of that survey and head of the federal bee research laboratory in Beltsville, Md. ... Since 2007 alone, the land retained by the Agriculture Department for conservation has been halved and continues to shrink. "...

No coronavirus outbreaks linked to crowded beaches, says infectious disease expert

https://naturalnews.com/2021-02-27-no-coronavirus-outbreak-linked-to-crowded-beaches.html

Sources include: DailyMail.co.uk BBC.com Previous :New research shows why flower diversity is important for bee conservation Next : Biden’s pause of new federal oil and gas leases could kill almost 200,000 jobs - More news on coronavirus New York AG sues Amazon, says company didn’t do enough to protect its workers from coronavirus HUMAN LAB RATS: UK to infect volunteers with coronavirus in world’s first human challenge trial Pentagon reports a third of US troops declining Wuhan ...

Bee populations beginning to thrive as coronavirus lockdowns result in better environments due to fewer cars and less air pollution

https://naturalnews.com/2020-05-21-bee-populations-thrive-coronavirus-lockdowns-better-environment.html

Bee populations beginning to thrive as coronavirus lockdowns result in better environments due to fewer cars and less air pollution Thursday, May 21, 2020 by: Arsenio Toledo air quality , animals , bees , biodiversity , China , conservation , coronavirus , covid-19 , Ecology , environment , Flu , food supplies , goodpollution , green living , home gardening , honeybees , infections , outbreak , pandemic , Plants , superbugs , survival , virus , wildlife Bypass censorship by sharing ...

Federal regulators plan to investigate Texas power outages

https://naturalnews.com/2021-02-26-texas-power-outages-prompt-regulators-to-investigate.html

Sources include: TheEpochTimes.com NBCDFW.com TexasTribune.org TheGuardian.com Insider.com Previous :Glyphosate disrupts gut microbiome – even at “safe” doses Next : New research shows why flower diversity is important for bee conservation - More news on electricity North Texas plumbing company receives 2,200 calls within 24 hours because of burst pipes, flooding due to winter storm Federal regulators plan to investigate Texas power outages Energy expert: Texas power outage could ...