Category: Projects

Project: Honey Breakfast in Every Single School

Believe it or not, not far ago, almost every single person could eat ecological, healthy food. But now (last 20 years) probably because we have an enormous amount of products available from different countries...

Allotments best for Bees

Allotments are providing the best habitat for bees while parks and roadsides need improving, warns a leading bee expert following the results of the first-ever Great British Bee Count published in October 2014 by Friends...

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Top 11 Organizations and Initiatives Helping to Save Bees

Today we’re all wondering what’s wrong with the bees. We cannot imagine a World without pollinators who are responsible for more then 30 percent of the world’s food. With the decline of bee population, we got...

Renée Ricciardi: Bees in Italy

Last year in August, Renée Ricciardi went to Italy with one mission and passion for photography and bees. She spent three months living with and working with beekeepers in Italy. The photographs serve to show that a life...

Forage for pollinators in an agricultural landscape

Today the International Bee Research Association launches an important book about food for pollinators at the British Beekeepers Association Spring Convention at Harper Adams University College. Bees and other insect pollinators have intrinsic cultural value and...

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Open Source Beehives: Global Citizen Science Project

The Open Source Beehives project is an international effort to put Internet-connected beehives into backyards. The downloaded beehive designs can be “printed” with a CNC router, or ordered through a new crowdfunding campaignlaunched March 12, 2014. The...

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Urbanbees Project

Since 2010, ARTHROPOLOGIA and INRA – Avignon coordinate a European Life, Biodiversity program named URBANBEES. It aims to study biodiversity of wild bees in several habitats (urban, suburban, semi-natural and agricultural). At the end of the program, in 2014,...