I was astonished on our holiday in Greece walking in the hill to see that nearly 1 in every 3 flowers had a bee in it, but these are hardly seen in UK. We suddenly have far too few insects and I am worried about the consequences for our crops and pollination.
This is important to me, because without bees we will soon have no food. The EPA needs to step up to the plate and make conscious decisions to save the bees and look for non-toxic solutions to many other problems that are causing the environment to be destroyed
Bees help things grow and keep them growing we need to make sure the bee population is preserved cause we all like honey right!!!!
As a member of the Women's Institute in South Devon, England we have campaigned the English Government to increase funding for research into bee health. The SOS for Honey Bees campaign was launched at the 2009 National Federation Annual General Meeting.
In a nutshell, honey bees play THE most important role in pollinating plants. About a third of our human diet is directly dependent on bees, making them central to our existence.
Humans cannot live on plankton. With the exception of marine life, every food source that we consume ultimately depends on bees for plant pollination. Think about it. Whether it be crops to feed livestock, which produce all of our meat and dairy products, or vegetables and fruits, all food production depends on the work of bees. In that sense, bees are at the top of the food chain, since we depend upon them for our very survival.
withouth the bee's no pollination// we die
environment, Protection and Conservation, pesticides...need I say more, bee's are very important to this planet!!!!!!!!
SAVE THE BEES!!!
Bees are an integral part of the planet's ecosystem! Pollinating flowers and plants! Honey bees make honey! Honey bees are docile and if they sting you they sacrifice their own life.