Caffeinated bees could be used to boost crop production, according to a new study.
The map displays how people all over the world receive benefits from the environment, and who is most likely to lose them due to land use issues and the climate crisis.
It’s long been suspected this was bad for bees.
A new app from researchers at the University of Vermont allows farmers to virtually trial methods of encouraging bees to thrive and pollinate crops on their land.
According to community ecologist Dr. Mick Hanley, “biodiversity needs to be incorporated into urban planning in a much more strategic way than has been done so far.”
There’s more bad news for honeybees as the UK’s Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs confirms a sighting of the bee-eating Asian hornet in Gloucestershire.
A new study from the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology links the long-term decline of bee populations in England with neonicotinoid pesticides.
White nose syndrome has killed an estimated 6 million bats in North America, which are an important part of our food system.
No one can pinpoint why bees and other pollinators are going extinct, but figuring it out will prove vital to our future.