#Bees

  • Article: Bees Face ‘Spiral of Decline’ Because of Toxic Pesticide
    Environment

    Bees Face ‘Spiral of Decline’ Because of Toxic Pesticide

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 15, 2017

    A quarter of US bee species are at risk of extinction. Read more

  • Article: Vital Bee Populations Are Making a Comeback in US
    Environment

    Vital Bee Populations Are Making a Comeback in US

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 2, 2017

    The tide could be turning. Read more

  • Article: Honey Nut Cheerios Wants to Plant 100 Million Wildflowers to Save Bees
    Environment

    Honey Nut Cheerios Wants to Plant 100 Million Wildflowers to Save Bees

    By Joe McCarthy|March 15, 2017

    It's not just about Buzz. Read more

  • Article: ‘Small But Mighty’ Bumblebee Added to Endangered Species List
    Environment

    ‘Small But Mighty’ Bumblebee Added to Endangered Species List

    By Meghan Werft|Jan. 12, 2017

    Thanks Obama! Read more

  • Article: 4 Ways Zika Can Be Contained Without Slaughtering Bees
    Environment

    4 Ways Zika Can Be Contained Without Slaughtering Bees

    By Joe McCarthy|Sept. 13, 2016

    Ensuring human and environmental health can and should go hand-in-hand. Read more

  • Article: Will human workers replace pollinating bees?
    Environment

    Will human workers replace pollinating bees?

    By Gina Darnaud |April 19, 2016

    It’s worse than a zombie apocalypse...it’s a Beepocalypse. Read more

  • Article: 11-year-old girl just landed a sweet multi-million dollar lemonade deal with Whole Foods – and it helps bees
    Environment

    11-year-old girl just landed a sweet multi-million dollar lemonade deal with Whole Foods – and it helps bees

    By Gina Darnaud |March 30, 2016

    You won’t bee-lieve that this girl is serving something sweet AND saving honeybees. Read more

  • Article: Maryland becomes first US state to restrict bee-killing pesticide
    Environment

    Maryland becomes first US state to restrict bee-killing pesticide

    By Joe McCarthy|March 29, 2016

    For years, researchers have been warning that hosing crops in pesticides, fungicides and herbicides. Read more