A new wildflower meadow at a Tennessee welcome center is just one of many efforts to address the loss of pollinator habitat.
'EPA is harming not just the beekeepers, their livelihood, and bees, but the nation's food system.'
Excreted honeydew contains high doses of neonicotinoids.
As agriculture has expanded over the last few decades, global dependence on pollinator insects has increased. But crop diversity hasn't increased nearly as much – and this disparity spells trouble for many regions, especially parts of South America and Asia, according to a new study.
A recent study by the University of Vermont and the Vermont Center for Ecostudies researcher suggests viruses from managed bees have spread from apiaries.
A growing body of research suggests that human-dense cities and flourishing wildlife aren't incompatible, after all.
Leaving lawns untreated and allowing flowering plants to grow can help support the endangered rusty patched bumblebee.
The agency made an emergency exception for 11 states to use sulfoxaflor on cotton and sorghum crops.
In the premiere episode of Business of Bees, hosts Adam Allington and Tiffany Stecker dive deep into the modern bee-conomy.
Kristina Marusic is the recipient of a Michelle Madoff Award of Environmental Excellence for her reporting on environmental health and justice in Western Pennsylvania
Covering Climate Now is an admirable, much-needed effort putting our planet front and center—but let's not overlook decades of strong journalism from the beat's pioneers.