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Walter Haefeker

Vice President

European Professional Beekeepers Association

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European Professional Beekeepers Association

Background Information

Employment History

Beekeeper

Bavaria


Affiliations

German Beekeepers Association

Board Member


Web References(95 Total References)


The Organic View Radio Show |

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June Stoyer talks to Walter Haefeker, President of the European Professional Beekeeper's Association, about the controversy surrounding the neonicotinoid voting debacle in Austria.
Featured guests have included: Michael Potter, CEO of Eden Foods, Arran Stephens, CEO of Nature's Path, Joel Salatin, Dr. Sandra Steingraber, John Robbins, Trump Chicago, Prince Lorenzo Borghese, Defenders Of Wildlife, Bryant Terry, Dr. Douglas Tallamy, Bob Catell, Morten Albaek, Walter Haefeker, Dr. Marla Spivak, as well as hundreds of other industry leaders, scientists and experts.


#690: Are GM Crops Killing Bees? | EMFacts Consultancy

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Walter Haefeker is a man who is used to painting grim scenarios.
He sits on the board of directors of the German Beekeepers Association (DBIB) and is vice president of the European Professional Beekeepers Association. And because griping is part of a lobbyist's trade, it is practically his professional duty to warn that "the very existence of beekeeping is at stake." Is the mysterous decimation of bee populations in the US and Germany a result of GM crops? The problem, says Haefeker, has a number of causes, one being the varroa mite, introduced from Asia, and another is the widespread practice in agriculture of spraying wildflowers with herbicides and practicing monoculture. Another possible cause, according to Haefeker, is the controversial and growing use of genetic engineering in agriculture. As far back as 2005, Haefeker ended an article he contributed to the journal Der Kritischer Agrarbericht (Critical Agricultural Report) with an Albert Einstein quote: "If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe then man would only have four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man." Walter Haefeker, the German beekeeping official, speculates that "besides a number of other factors," the fact that genetically modified, insect-resistant plants are now used in 40 percent of cornfields in the United States could be playing a role. The figure is much lower in Germany - only 0.06 percent - and most of that occurs in the eastern states of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Brandenburg. Haefeker recently sent a researcher at the CCD Working Group some data from a bee study that he has long felt shows a possible connection between genetic engineering and diseases in bees.


Planet Extinction Newsletter

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Walter Haefeker, vice president of the European Professional Beekeepers Association. warned that "the very existence of beekeeping is at stake."


Innovation Conference

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- Walter Haefeker, President, European Professional Beekeeping Association
Watch the video from Mr Haefeker's presentation - Achieving low cost by using mass produced components: {youtube}WuLIH2jRSLs|400|220{/youtube}


Maharishi Honey

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Walter Haefeker, vice president of the European Professional Beekeepers Association, points to research conducted at the University of Jena from 2001 to 2004, which examined the effects of pollen from Bt maize (corn) on bees.


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