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  • After mass bumblebee die

    Jun 26, 2013After mass bumblebee die-off, activists call for new pesticide rules The number of bumblebees killed by a pesticide application in Oregon has risen to

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  • Climate change is killing the bumblebees, study says

    Feb 06, 2020February 6, 2020 / 9:41 PM / CBS News. Winters are getting warmer, the oceans are rising, and now, bumblebees are dying, according to a new study that found that climate change is causing one of

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  • 15 Buzzworthy Bumblebee Facts

    Apr 13, 2021Learn more about these impressive little prodigies with the following 15 unexpected facts about the humble bumblebee. 1. There Are Over 265 Species of Bumblebees. The IUCN SSC Bumblebee Specialist

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    Dec 05, 2018Many people simply think it's disgusting, and also there was a whole movement of concern over dolphins being killed as a byproduct of being captured in

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  • Pattern of population structuring between Belgian and

    Jul 04, 2019Bumblebees are essential pollinators for natural and managed ecosystems 1,2.They experience worldwide declines, even more severe than many other pollinator species 3,4,5.Different hypotheses aim

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  • Bumblebees are dying after exposure to the weed killer Roundup

    Apr 23, 2021Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, has been tested for bee safety—but other inactive ingredients in the weed killer haven't.

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  • 3 Causes of Pollinator Declines and Potential Threats

    The combined effects of climate change and other environmental changes (such as habitat fragmentation) have not been assessed for most pollination systems, but Warren and colleagues (2001) reported that 34 of 46 British butterfly species that might be expected to respond positively to climate warming at their northern climatic range margins in

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  • 'Drastic' fall in bumblebee populations shocks scientists

    Feb 07, 2020When scientist Peter Soroye first saw the figures showing estimated bumblebee populations in North America had fallen by nearly 50% in a single generation, he thought it must be a typo. Rising temperatures are contributing to drastic declines of bumblebees across Europe and North America at rates consistent with a mass extinction, threatening food cultivation, the study concluded.

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  • Here Are Five of The Main Reasons People Continue to Deny

    Nov 30, 20192. Economic denial. The idea that climate change is too expensive to fix is a more subtle form of climate denial. Economists, however, suggest we could fix climate change now by spending 1 percent of world GDP.. Perhaps even less if the cost savings from improved human health and expansion of the global green economy are taken into account. But if we don't act now, by 2050 it could cost over

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  • Study blames climate change for shrinking bumble bee

    Jul 09, 2015Study blames climate change for shrinking bumble bee populations. Biologist Jeremy Kerr of the University of Ottawa says bees are being crushed in a kind of climate vice, quickly losing the

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    Green-Wood Phenology Project. Send keyboard focus to media. There are two phenology sites within Green-Wood—Valley Water and Vista Grove. Valley Water is located close to the perimeter of the Cemetery, where the plant life is exposed to more artificial light at night. The Vista Grove site is located in a valley between sloping topography

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  • Pollinator Habitats

    "Bumble bees crushed by climate change" –(Kerr et al. 2015 –Science) •Study with 423,000 observations of 67 species of bumble bees in North America and Europe •Compared historic range (before 1974) to new range (1999-2010). •Found overall, bumble bee species retreated from their historic southern limit - often by hundreds of miles

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  • Losing Paradise: Climate change is changing Mount Rainier

    Dec 21, 2014Climate change is forcing park managers to choose among the many values they are required to protect, including natural and cultural resources and public access. If the scientists are right, the end is near for a Northwest treasure — at least as we know it. Global warming is melting Mount Rainier's glaciers at six times the historic rate.

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    May 11, 2020iStock. Story at a glance. After Asian giant hornets were found in the United States, fear has grown over their threat. Dubbed murder hornets, the insect doesn't pose much of a risk to the

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  • Six animals affected by climate change

    But climate change is reducing the amount of bamboo that grows in these animals' natural habitats in China. Apart from being the bears' staple diet, bamboo also provides them with shelter from the elements. So the effects of climate change have a big impact on the well-being

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  • The Runner

    Sep 02, 2021Campbell says many bumblebee species cannot adjust to climate change, so their natural range is shrinking. "And when their range shrinks, that is a precursor to extinction," he says. "A lot of [pollinators] are temperature sensitive, so the hotter

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  • Bumble bee habitats shrinking rapidly due to climate

    Jul 09, 2015Bees are being crushed in a kind of climate vice, said Kerr, the university's research chair in macroecology and conservation, quickly losing the ability to survive on the southern edges of

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    Global Warming Research. Learn about the causes and effects of global warming. Consider possible global warming solutions. Read predictions of rising sea levels, coral reef bleaching and mass

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  • Climate change killing off bumblebees at alarming rate

    Jul 09, 2015Climate change killing off bumblebees at alarming rate: study. WATCH: The devastating impacts of climate change are having an effect on wild bee populations. Bumblebees are disappearing fast

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  • Ranking 10 Countries most affected by Climate Change

    1. JAPAN (Climate Risk Index: 5.5) Heavy rains, heat waves, the Osaka earthquake and Jebi typhoon, which ravaged Japan in 2018, made it the most threatened country in the world by climate change. Weather events themselves were behind 1,282 deaths on the island — 1.01 per 100,000 inhabitants — and caused economic losses of 35,839 million

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  • Deadliest Predator: Humans Wiped Out Ancient Mammals

    Aug 13, 2015Deadliest Predator: Humans Wiped Out Ancient Mammals, Study Finds. A decades-old scholarly dispute over what killed off huge ancient animals like mammoths has finally been settled, and the answer

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  • Climate 'vice' constricts bumblebees' natural ranges

    Jul 09, 2015Climate change is threatening the survival of bumblebees, significantly reducing the habitats in which they can survive, researchers say. They

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  • Bumblebee species 'in trouble': U.S. study

    Jan 04, 2011Bumblebees are larger, often with yellow and black body bands, whereas honeybees tend to be orange and black. Honeybees are more aggressive, whereas bumblebees give the impression of being

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  • Longer Springs Might Hurt Bees, Not Help Them

    Oct 02, 2017For the time being, it's unclear whether the same concerns apply to other bumblebee species not included in this study, particularly species that live in warmer regions with less snow.

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  • 450,000 honeybees have been occupying the walls of this

    Aug 03, 2021Bumblebees have big decline with climate change 2020 research from the journal Science shows that bumblebees—also key pollinators for human food—are down a whopping 30% in North America and

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  • Federal Register :: Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and

    Aug 13, 2019Although the Olgilvie et al. study and the survey reports suggest potential indirect effects of climate change on Bombus, we have no information to indicate that the effects of climate change were connected to the decline of the Franklin's bumble bee; numerous Bombus species persist in areas considered to maintain good quality habitat for the

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  • Everything you wanted to know about the bee die

    Feb 20, 2015But with more farmland being used to grow just one crop, bees aren't getting the mix of plants they need to eat well. For example, bees pollinate watermelon crops, but watermelon pollen isn't particularly nutritious. Without time off to forage in other fields, they won't stay as healthy as bees that have access to a variety of pollens.

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  • Climate Change Is Altering Rainfall Patterns Worldwide

    Nov 12, 2013Climate Change Is Altering Rainfall Patterns Worldwide. Global precipitation patterns are being moved in new directions by climate change, a new

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  • Environmental Benefits of Genetically Modified Crops

    Apr 20, 2016In order to maintain yields, modern agriculture has developed an increasing dependence on pesticides for protection of crop plants (Pollan, 2001). What is more, the vehicles and equipment employed to apply pesticides routinely emit carbon into the atmosphere, contributing to the global issue of climate change (Barfoot Brookes, 2014).

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  • Causes of bee decline

    Jul 25, 2017Here in the UK, and globally, bees are facing many threats.These include habitat loss, climate change, toxic pesticides and disease. The interaction between these makes an unpredictable future for bees and many other pollinators.These threats have led to nearly 1 in 10 of Europe's wild bee species facing extinction.

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