Loc: Waterloo, NY
What Is Killing America's Bees and What Does It Mean for Us?
Pollinators are vanishing, and a silent spring could become a horrifying reality. So why won't the EPA do more?
By Alex Morris August 18, 2015
Doan waited expectantly for the EPA to step in and address the situation: "When I first started learning about this, I'm like, 'Well, the EPA's there to protect us. We don't have to worry about this, because the EPA's here to help.'"But as the years passed and the use of neonics spread, it started to seem that maybe the EPA wasn't there to help beekeepers after all. To Doan, the mystery of colony collapse disorder deepened. He no longer wondered what was killing his bees; he wondered why steps weren't being taken to save them.