How do you empower today’s youth to change the dial on climate change, biodiversity loss and environmental degradation? You invite more than 800 students from some 30 Ontario high schools to York University’s Change Your World conference.
TORONTO, October 28, 2020 – How well do you know your bees? York University researchers have found bee knowledge in Canada lacking with about half of those surveyed thinking honey bees are wild and native to Canada. They’re not. They were brought over from Europe and are managed by beekeepers like other farm animals, such […]
TORONTO, October 14, 2020 – How does animal dung protect again Asian Hornets? Do aging honey bee queens create mutated drones? These are just two of the questions presenters at this year’s virtual, one day bee conference (BeeCon) at York University will discuss.
Bee photos by community scientists contribute to much needed data for conservation efforts TORONTO, June 29, 2020 – Think you can identify that bumble bee you just took a photo of in your backyard? York University researchers have found that a little more than 50 per cent of community science participants, who submitted photos to […]