It’s long been suspected this was bad for bees.
Their findings could help others come up with more effective pesticides.
Agroecology methods could feed the world's growing population and withstand the stresses of climate change — but it lacks the institutional support.
Two new scientific studies reveal not only that wild bees might reproduce less frequently when exposed to certain insecticides — but they might also become addicted to the chemicals.
It's not just bees: A new study shows that neonicotinoids are impacting all kinds of insects and birds.