Biodiversity: a tale of four bees
York University's Alumni Association invited us to speak at a Scholar's Hub event!
Dr. Sheila Colla
As you can imagine, World Bee Day is a BIG deal for us. Find out what Dr. Sheila Colla wants more people to know...
The Buzz on Bees
A Q&A with the Executive Committee on World Bee Day
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The Centre for Bee Ecology, Evolution and Conservation hosts a YouTube channel with videos of academic talks and conference presentations. Click on the link above to check it out!
The Conversation Canada
How planting a garden can boost bees, local food and resilience during the coronavirus crisis
With the arrival of spring, many people have been starting to think about how COVID-19 will impact the affordability and availability of fruits and vegetables in coming months...
How Wet’suwet’en butterflies offer lessons in resilience and resistance
Give bees a chance: We can’t afford to lose our wild native pollinators
A quintessential sign of spring is a busy bee happily buzzing from blossom to blossom. While spring is now in full swing across Canada, the presence of those dependable pollinators is becoming ...
Forget smart cities (for a minute), we need to talk about smart farms
Scrapping environmental watchdog is like shooting the messenger
Buried deep within the massive omnibus bill (Bill 57) tabled by Ontario’s government last week were a series of provisions significantly curtailing the power of ...
DNA barcodes — sci-fi tech to safeguard environment
A Canadian technology that can identify a substance by scanning it — as a character in Star Trek might — could become a crucial tool to capture DNA data in the environment...