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  2. Newsweek

    Save the Honey Bees: EU Will Completely Ban World's Most Common Pesticides
    The European Union plans to help save the bees by banning the world's most commonly used pesticides from all fields. There's already a ban in place dating back to 2013 restricting the use of other harmful pesticides, but the member nations voted to ...
    EU agrees total ban on bee-harming pesticidesThe Guardian
    European Union expands ban of three neonicotinoid pesticidesScience Magazine
    EU nations back ban on insecticides to protect honey beesReuters
    Treehugger -Live Science -FRANCE 24 -EFSA - Europa EU
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  3. IANR News (press release)

    Huron Plainsman | Protecting our pollinators protects our future
    WOLSEY — Find any clover patch this time of year, and you're likely to discover it a buzz with a variety of insects busy gathering the plentiful harvest of pollen.
    Bee Lab brews up a busy summerIANR News (press release)

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  4. Dishonest Policymaking Stings The European Commission On Honeybee Health
    The Daily Caller
    ... states of the European Union voted in favor of a permanent ban on the neonicotinoid insecticides (“neonics”) that farmers love, but that activists' claim are causing a massive die-off world's honeybee population, otherwise known as the “bee ...

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  5. Honeybee Death Survey Masks True Scale of US Pollinator Crisis
    However, these numbers only represent 6.6 percent of the nation's honeybee colonies and do not account for losses of native or solitary bees. Thousands of scientific studies conclude that pesticides are a key factor in widespread declines in wild and ...

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  6. Pacific Standard

    Monitoring the Dangerous Decline of Wild Bees
    Pacific Standard
    However, while honey bees are a vital part of our agricultural system, they are generally considered the chickens of the bee world—domesticated and highly managed for specific agricultural use. They are not native to North America and often can't be ...

  7. American Agriculturist

    Go easy on fungicide-threatened bees
    American Agriculturist
    "Learning about the impact of fungicides used to control apple scab pointed out that some products we thought to be safe for honey bees do affect their behavior," Merwin says. "It makes them... The site also has a form for reporting a pesticide ...