Bees are dieing …..

Please realise though 2C sounds nothing it has triggered along with higher CO2 levels our weather systems to go into a self increasing feedback mode from a previous ‘steady state’ and thereby this planets lifeforms to be severely thrust into turmoil. Polar bears will soon only exist as memory, can you see any bees in summer? We are losing Arctic and Antarctic ice, at the North Pole it is stupidly over-heated and now exists only as water, ie this is now and is plain fact. February 2018 night-time temperature is above freezing in the watery expanse that used to be called the North Pole! Meanwhile constant chem trail activity hinders solar power, destroys ozone, hinders food production. Please … BE AWARE !!!

http://sos-bees.org/causes/

https://friendsoftheearth.uk/bees/what-are-causes-bee-decline

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/jan/23/woolworths-to-stop-selling-pesticide-linked-to-global-bee-decline

https://e360.yale.edu/features/bee_collapse_co2_climate_change_agriculture

Note I’m quoting from the last link above  … More than 100 previous studies have shown that elevated levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide decrease the nutritional value of plants, such as wheat and rice. unquote. This also means the pollen bees serach for and collect is drastically less useful than it was previously.

https://arizona.pure.elsevier.com/en/publications/the-potential-consequences-of-pollinator-declines-on-the-conserva

 

So much that is happening is like a vast torrent of new information, CO2 increase has triggered systems and associated feedback loops far worse than anyone imagined.

 

postscript 17th March 2018 … when the EU itself is issuing such an urgently worded press release  then we really are in trouble  …  http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/press-room/20180123IPR92314/urgent-action-needed-to-protect-eu-bee-population-urge-meps

I quote … Around 84% of plant species and 76% of food production in Europe depends on pollination. However, in some member states the number of bee colonies has declined by more than 50%. According to the French National Institute for Agricultural Research, the mortality of bees, if not tackled, could cost €150 billion worldwide. unquote.

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