Join the World Bee Community for £1

Bees not only pollinate over 75% of the nutritious food we eat, but they can also do maths, navigate mazes, recognise faces and detect bombs more accurately than sniffer dogs.

With projects including training women in sustainable beekeeping to improve their incomes, independence and well-being, rooftop apiaries and vegetable gardens, pollution monitoring, as well as the creation of a world bee health data platform using Artificial Intelligence,

The World Bee Project Protects Pollinators, People and the Planet.

Thank you for doing whatever you can to protect our environment
and our bee and pollinator populations

Honeybees are the only bee species that makes honey, but wild bees, butterflies, moths, hummingbirds, beetles, bats, squirrels and other insects also pollinate our planet.

 

 

Photo credits with thanks to Olesya Blinskaya, Peter Justinger, Muhammad Yasir, Martin Vysoudil, Ivan Nedelchev, Aaron Burden, Paul Bonnar,
Jim Gade, Anne Nygard, Wolfgang Hasselmann, Igor Talanov, Sandy Millar, Johannes Giez.