To save the bees, we must confront capitalist agriculture
Honeybees pollinate millions of acres of monocultured crops and produce vast amounts of honey for sale. They have become workers in the landscapes of capitalist agriculture. But they’re dying at a terrifying pace, plagued by mites, pesticides, and poor nutrition.
Rural bee populations are in crisis. But inner-city hives are thriving even as the war on the poor escalates.