The World Bee

Community Newsletter

issue three

Influencing significant change requires people to work together.

It is all about stories.

Our stories shape our perceptions which in turn become realities and subconsciously influence our choices and actions. This is how we find meaning in life. I see the Earth as a living system. This superorganism stirs awe and respect in me for its complexity and awakens vivid, almost startling awareness of the environment and context I inhabit as a human. I founded The World Bee Project with this awareness in mind. I felt I had a duty to try and do something to strengthen its failing health. So, we now use AI and novel technologies to generate data which can help restore the healthy functioning of ecosystems essential for our and nature’s health and well-being. We call this the World Hive Network.

In it for the long term.

The World Bee Project functions in the long-term global framework because the long-term global perspective is vital. We hope our insights and data-led solutions can enable policymakers to design appropriate interventions and enable coordinated actions to lay foundations to protect and manage ecosystems in the long term. Nobody can do this alone. The world needs individuals, communities, small businesses, global corporations, scientists, nations, and NGOs to work together to increase knowledge and capacity in the global environments we all share, no matter where we live.

WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT IN BEING THE CATALYST FOR CHANGE.

Warm Regards,

Sabiha Malik

Founder of The World Bee Project

Could pollinator decline

lead to worldwide famine?

Bees and other pollinators have been around for millions of years, providing us with food and nutrition across our planet. All contribute to producing the micronutrient-rich fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, and oils we depend on for survival.

While current pollinator decline might not lead to famine, it could severely impact our diets, leaving us malnourished and more prone to serious health issues.

Bee facts that will blow your mind!

More mind-blowing facts about our buzzy friends. Learn how bee stings can be beneficial and why bees shouldn't drink coffee!

Download, print, collect & share. A free fact sheet is available every month.

Can bees forecast the weather?

Throughout history, bees have been used as an indicator of weather.

As well as improving weather forecasting via human processes, a better understanding of the relationships between weather and pollinators is also important to help predict how climate change might impact pollination and the food supply.

Innovation in Europe

The World Bee Project and its partner Projecte Equilibri in alliance with partners from Spain, Italy, Malta, and Portugal, are developing innovative strategies to support almond and carob farming in southern Europe and advance solutions for policymakers.

We aim to improve the health of bees and other pollinators by introducing specific pollination services to improve almond production

World Bee City

We are collaborating with experts from the award-winning city of Curridabat to establish World Bee City©.

Our partnership aims to forge new paths in sustainable urban planning. We will share the knowledge, strategy, planning, tools, methods, and the experience that Curridabat has developed with forward-thinking municipalities and inner city-communities around the world.

Biodiversity Conservation

The World Bee Project will give two thousand saplings it planted some months ago in Ayyalur forest nurseries to the 80 tribal women who live there to re-plant this Winter. The plants include Malabar Plum, Guava fruit, Portia Tree, Lime Tree, Taramind, and Pearl Millet.

"The key lies in empowering the millions of smallholder producers and landless workers who form the backbone of rural economies in most developing countries to grow their incomes and improve their livlihoods by raising agricultural productivity and engaging in markets."
- Dr. James Dargie, former director of Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)

The World Bee Community is a co-founded initiative between The World Bee Project and BBN - The World's B2B Agency and they continue to support it's development.

The World Bee Project supports, connects, and amplifies new technologies and scientific study to improve the health and wellbeing of bees and other pollinators. It uses Artificial Intelligence (AI), data analytics and the Internet of Things (IoT) to power the World Hive Network© to generate solutions to wider issues of biodiversity, climate change, food security and human wellbeing.