Additional Links

Assessing LArge scale Risks for biodiversity with tested Methods (ALARM): research focuses on assessment and forecast of changes in biodiversity and in structure, function, and dynamics of ecosystems. This relates to ecosystem services and includes the relationship between society, economy and biodiversity (link)

Berkeley Urban Bee Gardens: The lab at UC Berkeley observes native bees and their favorite flowers (link)

Canadian Honey Council: The CHC is the national association of beekeepers representing 8,000 apiculturists across Canada (link)

Canadian Museum of Nature: Stimulating interested citizens to take action towards biodiversity conservation. Plant conservation and pollination (link)

Evergreen Native Plant Database: an easy to use, educational, and interactive project with information about native tree, shrub, wildflower, grass, aquatic and vine species for all of Canada (link)

Global Pesticide Campaigner: Our Forgotten Pollinators: Protecting the Birds and Bees. Pesticide Impacts on Benefical Organisms (link)

Häagen-Dazs - Help the Honeybees: Learn about the plight of the honey bee, the Häagen-Dazs loves Honey Bees™ campaign, and how you can make a difference (link)

International Pollination Initiative: an International Initiative for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Pollinators (also known as the International Pollinator Initiative - IPI) was established in 2000 (link)

International Commission for Plant-Bee Relationships: I.C.P.B.R. is one of the 82 scientific commissions of the I.U.B.S. (International Union for Biological Sciences) which is connected to the I.C.S.U. (International Council of the Scientific Unions). The I.C.P.B.R. is linked to the International Bee Research Association (I.B.R.A.) (link)

National Biological Information Infostructure (NBII): A broad, collaborative program to provide increased access to data and information on the nation's biological resources (link)

North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (NAPPC): a collaborative group of over 120 organizations and individuals that promote and implement a continent-wide Action Plan to encourage activities to protect the numbers and health of all pollinating animals (link)

Pollination Canada: Through workshops and online resources, Pollination Canada educates Canadians about the important role of pollinating insects, and provides them with the tools to participate in conserving their habitats (link)

Pollination Guelph: Pollination Guelph is a group of individuals dedicated to the conservation and development of pollinator habitat for current and future generations (link)

Pollinator Conservation Digital Library (PCLD): is a knowledge base and online community for pollinator researchers.  Through this interactive site you can browse and search databases of resources and projects, find other people and organizations, as well as find news and events about pollinator related topics (link)

The Pollinator Partnership: works to protect the health of managed and native pollinating animals vital to the North American ecosystems and agriculture. One of it's many projects is managing the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (NAPPC) (link)

Resonating Bodies: a series of mixed media installations and community outreach projects which focuses on biodiversity of pollinators indigenous to the natural and urban ecosystems of the Greater Toronto Area (link)

Status and Trends of European Pollinators (STEP): is an EU funded project. One of the main goals of STEP is to inform the society and the policy makers on the risks associated with pollinators' loss and to offer measures to mitigate them. (link)

The Xerces Society: is an international, nonprofit organization that protects wildlife through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitat (link)

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