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    Default Neonics and bee deaths: Uk parliamentary inquiry - all sessions online

    The UK House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee has been holding a formal Inquiry into the threat which systemic pesticides pose to honeybees, bumblebees and other pollinators. The Committee has taken evidence from a very wide range of scientists, beekeepers, NGO's and government departments.


    ALL OF THE WITNESS EVIDENCE CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE:
    http://www.publications.parliament.u...ev/668/668.pdf


    VIDEOS OF THE FOUR EARLIER EVIDENCE HEARINGS AVAILABLE ONLINE

    EVIDENCE SESSION ONE:
    Environmental Audit Committee Wednesday 21 November 2012

    watch the VIDEO HERE

    http://www.parliamentlive.tv/Main/Pl...eetingId=11852

    Watch LiveWatch From Start

    Committee Room 8
    Meeting started on Wednesday 21 November at 9.44am. Ended at 11.30am
    Insects and insecticides

    Witnesses:

    Pesticide Action Network UK, and Buglife
    National Farmers Union, and Soil Association

    EVIDENCE SESSION TWO
    Environmental Audit Committee Wednesday 28 November 2012

    WATCH THE VIDEO HERE
    http://www.parliamentlive.tv/Main/Pl...eetingId=11954

    Committee Room 8
    Meeting started on Wednesday 28 November at 2.13pm. Ended at 4.06pm
    Insects and insecticides
    Witnesses

    Syngenta, and Bayer CropScience
    Dr Nigel Raine, University of London,
    Dr Chris Connolly, University of Dundee,
    Professor Simon Potts, University of Reading
    UK Pesticides Campaign (PAN UK)



    EVIDENCE SESSION THREE: Wednesday 21 November 2012
    Environmental Audit Committee Wednesday 21 November 2012
    http://www.parliamentlive.tv/Main/Player.aspx?meetingId=12080

    Watch From Start

    Committee Room 5
    Meeting started on Wednesday 12 December at 2.16pm. Ended at 4.08pm
    Insects and insecticides
    Witnesses

    Scientists from the Advisory Committee on Pesticides
    Lord de Mauley, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State,
    Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and officials
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