Cornell Keynotes podcast: Why are bee populations declining around the world?

Two bees on a honeycomb

Concern about honey bees, and the possibility of human extinction, has swept the nation.

In a new episode of the Cornell Keynotes podcast from eCornell, Marina Caillaud, Ph.D., a senior lecturer in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, discusses the stressors on bee colonies — and how humans can reduce them — with Marc Faris, an instructional designer for eCornell’s Bees and Us course.

The good news? Honey bees are all right.

Listen to Episode 36: Why Are Bee Populations Declining Around the World? An Entomologist Explains How We Can Help and read more on the Chronicle.