This year, first lady Michelle Obama has added a pollinator garden to the White House Kitchen Garden to support bees, butterflies and other pollinators. Like many backyard gardeners, the first lady is doing her part to create habitat for bees, which are essential to one out of three bites of food we eat, and which are dying off globally in record numbers. Because of the global bee crisis, and…
Defends the environment and champions a healthy and just world. Friends of the Earth (www.foe.org)…Read More
The full circle, with out the Bees flowers would not be germinated, the flowers would not flourish, die and decay. The trees would not grow…Read More
If the bees die, no pollination occurs. In a few years the world food supply would dwindle, leading to mass starvation and eventually the human race would face extinction.
Please ask Michelle Obama to set an example for the nation by banning bee-killing pesticides from the White House gardens and urging the EPA and Congress to take swift action to protect bees and other pollinators.
Stand up for bees. Without bees, flowers won't be pollinated, they won't hold their sweet smell. Some won't be able to spread their eggs…Read More
Bijen zijn belangrijk voor de bestuiving van vele planten en hebben daarom indirect een rol van ongeveer dertig procent in de keten van al het menselijk voedsel. In Australië en Nieuw Zeeland wordt de rol bij de bestuiving overgenomen door andere dieren zoals vogels, vliegen of vleermuizen.