The World Bee Community
The World Bee Project, an organisation that designs, implements and raises funds for its bee and human life-saving initiatives around the world, have launched the first World Bee Community, to help raise awareness for bee and pollinator decline and the importance of biodiversity
If Bees Thrive, We Survive!
The World Bee Project has developed the World Bee Community. Governments worldwide are doing what they can, but legislation moves slowly! By creating a World Bee Community, we can help raise awareness of the issues facing bee and pollinator decline and help raise funds to support bees, biodiversity, and human life-saving initiatives worldwide.
Join the World Bee Community by subscribing to our monthly Newsletter to help us raise public awareness about bees, pollinators, and biodiversity.
“Restoring biodiversity – the biological diversity of life on Earth – underpins all The World Bee Project programmes because biodiversity makes it possible for all life to survive on Earth. The bees and we and all living creatures depend on biodiversity for food, clean water, and a stable climate.” - Sabiha Malik, The World Bee Project
JOIN THE WORLD BEE COMMUNITY
Become a World Bee Community member, learn more about bees, pollinators, the impact they have on our lives,
and what we can do to help them thrive
Families and individuals can support The World Bee Project by subscribing to our monthly newsletter and becoming an ambassador who cares about protecting bees and other pollinators to ensure that biodiversity on earth continues to flourish for our future generations.
Bees contribute to complex, interconnected ecosystems that allow a diverse number of different species
There are 20,000 species of bees in the world. Bees preserve ecological balance and biodiversity that humans & animals rely on for their well-being.
Bees pollinate billions of plants so, without them, many plants we rely on for food would die off and our plates would
Pollinators are vital in the growth of wildlife habitats. If they disappeared, the animals that depend on these habitats would vanish as well.
Harnessing the power of bee-derived intelligence and a data-based approach, The World Bee Project links bee, biodiversity, and ecosystem health with beekeeper and smallholder farmer livelihoods. It designs programmes and adaptively implements projects in partnership with local communities to provide measurable benefits for pollinators, people, and the planet. Its programmes focus on the interconnections between bees and people in the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.