This edition of Wormfood is the first one written by me, Merel, taking over from Matthew. I´m a science journalist next to my work at Except. You can expect some changes in the Wormfood as it grows on me. Thank you Matthew for all the Wormfoods you wrote, I always loved reading them. For now, enjoy my first edition!
This Wormfood has loads of important news including a confronting world map showing people displaced through conflict, great news of banned bee-harming pesticides in Europe, a robot reveals undiscovered passage ways in ancient pyramid in Mexico and many other inspiring and intriguing news stories you shouldn't miss.
The collapse of the building in Bangladesh, the Rana Plaza, is considered the deadliest accident in the history of the garment industry, having claimed at least 377 lives.
Bee-harming pesticides banned in Europe. Europe will enforce the world's first continent-wide ban on widely used neonicotinoid pesticides linked to serious harm in bees, after a European commission vote on Monday.
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