Campaigners Demand Pesticide Bans to Save Bees

Rabeler, Katrina
October 2013
YES! Magazine;Fall2013, Issue 67, p8
The article discusses the announcement of two-year suspension of insecticides that caused risk to bees leading to decline of Worldwide bee population as per European Union, on April 29, 2014, ban being demanded in large campaign by non-governmental environmental organization Greenpeace.


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