Tag Archive for 'Colony Collapse Disorder'

Dutch bicyclists plant bee-friendly flowers along 1000 kilometre trail

May 15th, 2012 by Eosta B.V.

Nature & More have launched an international “Bees Love Organic” campaign. As part of this campaign, more than a thousand Dutch cyclists are currently transforming a 1000 kilometre long bicycle trail into a “bee trail”, by sowing organic flower seeds. Twenty-three German organic wholesalers and retailers are distributing 280,000 bags of flower seeds with their […]

Scientists investigating possible link between diesel fume pollution and honey bee decline

October 10th, 2011 by University of Southampton

Scientists are investigating a possible link between tiny particles of pollution found in diesel fumes and the global collapse of honey bee colonies Professor Guy Poppy, an ecologist, Dr Tracey Newman, a neuroscientist, and their team from the University of Southampton, believe that minuscule particles, or ‘nanoparticles’, emitted from diesel engines could be affecting bees’ […]

Slow Food Guernsey Film Showing: Vanishing of the Bees

January 28th, 2010 by Richard Lord

The Channel Islands Co-operative Society Ltd. is sponsoring the Slow Food Guernsey showing of “Vanishing of the Bees” at the Frossard Theatre, Candie Gardens on 28 January 2010 beginning at 7.30 pm.  The showing of the film will be followed by a talk by Guernsey Beekeepers’ Association veteran Chris Tomlins.  The film highlights issues concerning […]