On April 29, the European Commission, the governing body of the European Union, voted to implement a continent wide two-year moratorium on the use of neonicotinoids or neonics, a family of potent pesticides. The decision came after research from various institutions and protests from farmers suggested a link between the pesticides and the widespread mass disappearance of honeybees.

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