Did the Washington Post forget?
In a story about bee farmers developing more robust bees in the wake of “colony collapse disorder,” the Washington Post asserts,
… Scientists are trying to find the cause of colony collapse disorder, the five-year-old phenomenon of worker bees suddenly disappearing. Other maladies abound and may be a factor in the disorder: new pests and diseases, the effects of pesticides and the strain of industrial-scale pollination…
So what happened to global warming as a causal factor? Did they forget about it — like they forgot to provide any evidence that pesticides have played any role?
[h/t Chris Horner]