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The bee whisperers of Slovenia have a plan to save colonies from climate change
by Melissa Godin
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6 May 2020
On 6 May 2020 Time reported:
Certain bee species are on the decline. Europe's bumblebee populations, for instance, fell by 17 percent from 2000 to 2014 while in North America, the population dropped by 46 percent, rates scientists say constitute a mass extinction. ... Yet in Slovenia, bee populations are flourishing. While differing survey methods and limited data makes it difficult to compare bee populations across countries, the Slovenian Beekeepers Association reports a 2 percent annual increase in the number of bee colonies throughout the country.
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