Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Honeycomb-Frames-in-Germany-27MZIFV99BBR.htmlConceptually similarHoneycomb Frames in GermanyGP04MELCompleted★★★★★★Bees on a Honeycomb in GermanyGP04LSXCompleted★★★★Bees on a Honeycomb in GermanyGP04LSYCompleted★★★★Bees on a Honeycomb in GermanyGP04LSZCompleted★★★★Beekeeper with Honeycomb in GermanyGP04LSUCompleted★★★★Beekeeper with Honeycomb in GermanyGP04LT3Completed★★★★Honeycomb Frames in GermanyGP04MEUCompleted★★★★Honeycomb Frames in GermanyGP04MEVCompleted★★★★★★Honeycomb Frames in GermanyGP04MEWCompleted★★★★★★View AllGP04LT1Honeycomb Frames in GermanyA beekeeper removes a honeycomb frame from a hive.In original language:Rahmen mit HonigwabenRahmen von Honigwaben. Der Imker nimmt einen Rahmen aus dem offenen Bienenstock.Locations:Germany-Hamburg-SendenhorstDate:21 May, 2013Credit:© Fred Dott / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Agriculture-Beekeepers-Beekeeping-Bees-Day-Hands-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Pollination-Save the Bees (Campaign title)Shoot:Greenpeace Visits Beekeeper in SendenhorstGreenpeace Germany Campaigner for Sustainable Agriculture, Dirk Zimmermann, visits beekeeper (apiarist), Dr. Simon Bach, in Sendenhorst. Healthy bee populations are of ecological and economic importance. There is an urgent need for the elimination of bee-harming pesticides from agriculture. Such elimination would be a crucial and effective first step to protect the health of bee populations and to safeguard their pollination value that is vital for the ecosystem and food production in Europe.