AROUND the world, honeybee colonies are dying in huge numbers:
About one-third of hives collapse each year, a pattern going back a decade. For bees and the plants they pollinate â as well as for beekeepers, farmers, honey lovers and everyone else who appreciates this marvelous social insect â this is a catastrophe.
But in the midst of crisis can come learning. Honeybee collapse has much to teach us about how humans can avoid a similar fate, brought on by the increasingly severe