A Spring Without Bees

How colony collapse disorder has endangered our food supply

Bees are disappearing due to colony collapse disorder and other effects of pesticide poisoning. Without bees the world's food supply is threatened. Author of the book, "A Spring Without Bees", Michael Schacker, exposes the truth about the causes and solutions for massive honeybee die-off. He speaks about it here in this 2008 video. Since 2008 new pesticides and chemicals as well as GMO crops use the same type of chemicals and are increasing honeybee die-off. New research and scientific studies continue to come forth and can be found at our sister site: PlanBeeCentral.wordpress.com

Michael Schacker was honored with the "Cultural Achievement Award 2010" from The Artists' and Humans' Project for his book, "A Spring Without Bees" the first book and still the best book that exposes the dangers of imidacloprid, clothianidin, fipronil and other neonicotinoid pesticides linked to colony collapse disorder.

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LINKS: Safe Lawns | BeeNative.org | Germany bans pesticide 2008 | North American Pollinator Protection Campaign | Pesticide residue in honeycombs - Environment News Service | HoneyBeeLives.org | U.C. Apiary Newsletter | Pesticide Action Network | Center for Biological Diversity Report | Sierra Club Canada Report | Lawns not safe for children, bees or pregnant mothers | Save The Bees | Beekeepers ask EPA to remove Clothianidin, "Poncho"