New study from Harvard on relation pesticide and decline honeybees
New study from Harvard first to link imidacloprid directly to Colony Collapse Disorder. Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health say their new research provides "convincing evidence" of the link between imidacloprid and colony collapse disorder.Read more > >
Save the Bees: Update
Fund for independent research on bee decline and systemic pesticides: The international union for the conservation of nature and natural resources (IUCN) has created a scientific task group.Read more > >
Sustainable initiatives at Dutch premiere (in Dutch)
Aan het eind van de Nederlandse premiere hebben we u laten zien dat er op een aantal zeer uiteenlopende en creatieve manieren concreet actie wordt ondernomen. Hierbij worden ze nog een keer rustig op een rij gezet met de adressen van websites erbij.Read more > >
New pesticides and dying bees: what can you do?
Prof. Jeroen van der Sluijs gave us a short lecture on this silent disaster on our Dutch premiere in Amsterdam Sept 6th: new sorts of pesticides, like imidacloprid, have a higher toxicity than other pesticides and are accelerating the collapse of the ecosystem. Many of you asked us what you could do.Read more > >
IMARES online info file on Silent Snow
This dossier contains valuable background information on transport, accumulation and effects of contaminants in the Polar Regions.Read more > >
Silent Snow action!
Besides creating awareness of the worldwide pollution caused by persistent pollutants, the Silent Snow project would like to be a platform for contact between people worldwide who are fighting this pollution. Therefore we need your stories! Please contact us if you have information about action taking place in your country; organizations, foundations or just individual persons that are involved in this matter...Read more > >