Focus on Bees

Congress 2019 – Review

Review of The 24th International “New Scientific Outlook” World Congress Thursday, October 31st, to Sunday, November 3rd 2019     Watch the lectures here The Burden of Loneliness Why togetherness and caring for each other is essential for us The Very Reverend Dean em. Paul PROBST, SF, European President, The World Foundation for Natural Science, Lucerne, […] Read on...

First World Bee Day on May 20th 2018 and the important ban on neonicotinoids

On May 20th 2018 World Bee Day takes place internationally for the first time. The World Bee Day resolution states “…through education and activities it is intended to raise the awareness of the importance of bees and other pollinators, the dangers they are exposed to as well as their contribution for a sustainable development.” The […] Read on...

A toxin free agriculture is still possible – Despite the new five year lease for glyphosate

MEPs doubted the credibility of some studies used in the EU evaluation on glyphosate safety. Especially the so-called “Monsanto Papers”, internal documents from the company which owns and produces Roundup, of which glyphosate is the main active substance[i] are not trustworthy. Furthermore, 1.3 million European citizens signed the “Stop Glyphosate Initiative”[ii] and demand “to ban […] Read on...

Deadly neonicotinoid banned in USA

The US Federal Court has banned Dow Chemical’s neonicotinoid ‘sulfoxaflor’. Neonicotinoids are proven to be deadly to bees and pollinating insects. The Federal Court concluded the US Environmental Protection Agency violated Federal Law when it approved the neonicotinoid in 2013. 15380 Read on...

Open letter to the Court of Justice of the European Union

Appeal for continuation of the ban on bee threatening pesticides Read in our open letter to the Court of Justice of the European Union about the shocking results that have been published after the two-year research period and how important it is for the judges and for every individual to assume responsibility and to show […] Read on...