What Has Europe Ever Done for the Environment – Programme 1 – Bees

In the first programme in the series ‘What Has Europe Ever Done for the Environment’ we ask – ‘What Has Europe Ever Done for Bees’. With one third of the wild Irish bees threatened with extinction we speak with Paddy Holohan, Apiary Manager with the Carlow Bee Keepers Association, Dr Una Fitzpatrick Senior Ecologist with the National Biodiversity Data Centre and Pippa Hackett, Minister of State for Land Use and Biodiversity. Reporter Susan Clarke discusses the EU Pollinator Plan and the EU Biodiversity Strategy 2030
This series is funded by the Communicating Europe Initiative