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Abeilles et Pollinisation en Danger

By: François Couplan(Author), Aymeric Lazarin(Author), Guillaune Lazarin(Author)
Abeilles et Pollinisation en Danger
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Language: French

In recent years, French beekeepers have observed a phenomenon of loss and abnormal loss of bee colonies. This view is shared by beekeepers in many countries, amongst others Germany and the United States. The bee is an insect pollinator essential for biodiversity and agriculture, its disappearance is disturbing. Abeilles et Pollinisation en Danger discusses the importance of the bees's role as pollinator, taking stock of the various strands of evidence causing this disaster, principally the shameless use of pesticides.

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Depuis quelques années, les apiculteurs français observent un phénomène de disparition et d'affaiblissement anormal des colonies d'abeilles. Ce constat est partagé dans de nombreux pays européens, dont entre autres l'Allemagne et les Etats-Unis. L'abeille étant un insecte pollinisateur essentiel pour la biodiversité et l'agriculture, sa disparition est inquiétante au plus au point.

L'ouvrage revient donc sur l'importance du rôle pollinisateur des abeilles, faisant le bilan des différents facteurs mis en évidence, dont la principale cause de ce désastre est l'utilisation éhontée des pesticides.

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By: François Couplan(Author), Aymeric Lazarin(Author), Guillaune Lazarin(Author)
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