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2013 International Conference on Pollinator Biology, Heath and Policy - Presentation Materials

Penn State's Center for Pollinator Research hosted the 2nd International Conference on Pollinator Biology Health and Policy from August 14-17, 2013.

The goal of the conference was to highlight the diversity of issues facing pollinators, and to bring together multiple interest groups to engage in a dialog about the best approaches to mitigating these issues and supporting conservation.  The conference attracted over 230 people from 15 different countries.  Speakers and registrants included representatives from academic and government research groups, government policy organizations, agricultural industries, beekeeper groups, non-profit organizations, and private citizens.  Selected materials from the conference are below, including the program and abstract booklet, and the powerpoint presentations of speakers in the symposium on Evolving Policies on Pollinator Risk Assessment and Conservation.

2010 Conference Materials Archive

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2nd International Conference on Pollinator Biology, Health and Policy

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Given by Christina Grozinger, Penn State University

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Dave Goulson, Life Sciences, University of Sussex

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Nigel Raine, Royal Holloway, University of London

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Barbara Gemmill-Herren, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Skip Hyberg, USDA/Farm Service Agency

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Mace Vaughan, Pollinator Program Director - The Xerces Society for Invertebrate & Conservation Joint Pollinator Conservation Specialist - USDA-NRCS West Nat’l Tech Support Center

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Helen Thompson, Centre for Chemical Safety and Stewardship

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James L Frazier and Maryann T. Frazier, Department of Entomology, Center for Pollinator Research, Center for Chemical Ecology, Penn State University

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David Mendes, National Honey Bee Advisory Board

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Laurie Davies Adams, Executive Director, Pollinator Partnership

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Mary Purcell-Miramontes, USDA-National Institute of Food & Agriculture

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Gabriele Ludwig, Associate Director, Environmental Affairs

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Paul Hoekstra, CropLife Canada, Syngenta

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Christina Grozinger, Penn State University

Penn State's Center for Pollinator Research hosted the First International Conference on Pollinator Biology Health and Policy from July 24-28, 2010.