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Honeybees under attack on all fronts

February 16th, 2009
Debora MacKenzie
New Scientist
The world's honeybees appear to be dying off in horrifying numbers, and now consensus is starting to emerge on the reason why: it seems there is no one cause.


A low tech treatment for bee plague

January 27th, 2009
Aaron E. Hirsh
New York Times
A low tech treatment for bee plague.


P. Kevan in the news: The Plight of the Bumblebee

December, 2008
Candace Savage
Canadian Geographic
As the die-off of pollinators threatens our food supply, one scientist has found a solution down in the dump (pdf)


The buzz over disappearing bees

July 21st, 2008
Gerald Hannon
The Globe and Mail
He's not a celeb and he's not making news, but if you value the fruit that's more than likely to be gracing your breakfast table this morning, listen up.


Royal York rooftop garden a hive for bees

June 5th, 2008
Daphne Gordon
The Star
The Fairmont Royal York hotel is abuzz with excitement. It has to do with the opening of the new Honey Moon Suite.


L. Packer in the News: How do you tell bees apart?

May 15, 2008
Jim Wilkes
The Star
World quest to barcode pollinator species has experts swarming York


Disappearing bees threaten ice cream sellers

February 20, 2008
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Haagen-Dazs is warning that a creature as small as a honeybee could become a big problem for the premium ice cream maker's business. 

Last year, Haggen Daas was worried about the honey bee crisis. The website that came from this is fun and interactive. Worth checking out! (Click here for HD Help the Honey Bees)

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