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  • 25 Year Environment Plan promises meadows for bees

    ...neonicotinoids the Government reaffirms its recent change of position, it now supports a wider ban, and clarifies this by adding “Any continuing use should be...

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  • Heavy Neonicotinoid Insecticide Contamination Damaging British Rivers

    ...neonicotinoids.  Half of the sites monitored in England exceed chronic pollution limits and two rivers are acutely polluted.    Aquatic insects are just as vulnerable to neonicotinoid...

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  • New analysis – Crop yields doing well and good news on sprays since bee-harming pesticide ban

    ...neonicotinoids can be cost-effective as well as environmentally wise.     Four years ago this month the European Commission restricted use of three highly bee-toxic neonicotinoid insecticides...

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  • Finally UK follows science and backs bee saving pesticide ban

    ...neonicotinoids since Buglife first wrote to Defra ministers in 2008 raising concerns about risks to wild bees and aquatic life.   Evidence this year from Canada put...

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  • Oil seed rape crop yields above average

    ...neonicotinoids Oilseed rape yields this year are at their highest ever levels, only twice before has the average yield reached 3.9 tonnes per hectare – in...

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  • UK Government urged to re-examine support for bee killing pesticides

    ...neonicotinoid insecticides are doing to wildlife and beneficial insects.  Buglife is calling on Defra Secretary of State Michael Gove to consider the new evidence of...

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  • Newcastle University Retracts Claim that Neonicotinoid Ban Cost UK Farmers £18.4 million

    ...neonicotinoid ban on flowering crops had cost UK farmers £18.4 million in increased pest control expenditure. The claim was made in the press release and was...

    Home > News and Events > News > Newcastle University Retracts Claim that Neonicotinoid Ban Cost UK Farmers £18.4 million

  • Bee’s eye view of 2017 election manifestos

    ...neonicotinoid pesticides.    Given the wealth of scientific evidence  that neonicotinoids have devastated our wild bee populations in recent years, banning them is a very sensible measure,...

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  • What Lies Beneath

    ...neonicotinoid pesticide free. Buglife encourages people to enjoy Chelsea, to enjoy their gardens, but to be ever vigilant for imported species.  In 2015 gardener Matthew Wilson...

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  • PotWatch

    ...neonicotinoid contamination are other environmental issues associated with the pot plant industry. As this campaign develops we will be looking more closely into these other...

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