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Washington (CNN)The buzz at the White House on Tuesday morning ... of new bee-friendly gardens at federal offices across the country. "Pollinators are struggling" John Holdren, White House science adviser writes in a blog post on the White House
CNN · 5/19/2015
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The White House came out this past week with its National Strategy to Promote Pollinator Health. The strategy, along with the accompanying Pollinator Research Action Plan, outlines priority actions to stem pollinator losses and …
Agri-View · ByJane Fyksen · 5/28/2015
White House pollinators plan has just been released by the U.S. government Friday. The unveiling of the new White House pollinators plan was reportedly due to news of an alarming bee decline which the White House aims to fight. The new White House ...
Travelers Today · 6/21/2014
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blogs.rollcall.com · 2/1/2016
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The White House is finally addressing a serious, and misunderstood, problem with a new “bee plan.” The bee plan is a federal strategy to stop the sharp decline of pollinators, most notably bees, and restore pollinator populations to their previous ...
The Inquisitr · 6/20/2014
There is a buzz in the air in Washington, and it's about honeybees. Concerned about an alarming decline in honeybee colonies, the Obama administration has released a National Strategy to Promote the Health of Honey Bees and Other Pollinators. NPR's …
NPR News · 5/19/2015
A new White House plan to promote the health of bees and other pollinators calls for boosting research into ongoing population declines—and potential solutions. The plan, released yesterday, also recommends numerous measures to address growing …
science magazine · 5/20/2015
President Barack Obama has announced plans to form a "Pollinator Health Task Force" in a bid to save the dwindling population of bees. Bee populations saw a 23 per cent decline last winter, which is blamed on the loss of genetic diversity and exposure to ...
Daily Telegraph · 6/21/2014
The federal government will boost research and preserve 7 million acres of habitat for bees, monarch butterflies and other insects as part of a wide-ranging strategy to bolster the population of pollinators that are vital to the nation's food crops.
Los Angeles Times · 5/19/2015
The Obama administration released a presidential memorandum last week establishing a federal strategy for reversing the declining populations of pollinators such as bees and butterflies. Over the past decade, populations of bees and other pollinators have ...
Food Safety News · 6/24/2014