Pollinator Week: Why we need to protect the bees and the butterflies
Around 40% of invertebrate pollinator species — particularly bees and butterflies — face extinction across the world, warns FAO
Book Digest: Dispatches from 40 forgotten civilisations, Wuhan under lockdown and more
From stories of wildlife in unforeseen form to rise of environmental illnesses, DTE tracks new, contemporary books on environment and …
Climate change, invasive species wiped away N America’s bee species
Almost 94% wild bee, native plant species gone in last 30 years, flags study
Why bees? Why honey?
CSE’s probe is not just about honey or its adulteration; it is about the ‘nature’ of the business of future food
World Bee Day 2021: Why do bees fascinate us?
Three out of four crops producing fruits or seeds depend, at least in part, on pollinators. They are the key to our food security as well as to …
Is air pollution contributing to the ‘insect apocalypse’? Yes, experts tell DTE
Pollutants affect certain insects more than others; they can kill them or mess with their ability to sniff flowers, lowering pollination …