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Bees on the spotlight in Brussels: Feverish start to April with debate controlled by agro-chemical i

The first week of April 2014, Brussels hosts a series conferences dealing with bees and pollination. BeeLife, PAN Europe, CEO and Slow Food ask the European authorities, Parliament and citizens to remain critical about the positions expressed through these conferences. Indeed, two out of three conferences are highly influenced by the agro-chemical industry and other organizations with an interest in down-playing the impact of current agricultural practices on bee health.

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