Image Credit: Projecte Equilbri
“There’s enormous potential for The World Bee Project to leverage emerging technologies and the cloud to drive the entire business ecosystem towards one which promotes both bee health and farmer prosperity.”
Andy Clark, Director, Business Innovation, Oracle
We initiated a two-year project in north India in partnership with the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development (SAPD) University of Reading, United Kingdom, G. B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, India, and Himalayan Farmlands Initiative, a local NGO.
To celebrate the right to life, food, shelter and wellbeing, for women and bees in adversity and to recognise the role of women in biodiversity, Sabiha Malik imagined a model that could be implemented in areas where socio-economic inequalities constrain the capacity of the poorest and most vulnerable women living in hardship conditions.
To engage people everywhere in celebrating pollinators on World Bee Day, The World Bee Project launched World Bee Count 2020. We invited people to take a picture of the nearest pollinator they could find and upload it to an interactive Global Pollinator Map, using a free mobile app.
We are collaborating with the award-winning city of Curridabat to establish it as a World Bee City©. Curridabat will become an important node in the World Hive Network©, a worldwide knowledge-sharing bee database connecting people to the global movement to protect pollinators.
This Precision Apiculture project seeks to enhance the health and effectiveness of managed honeybees for soft fruit production. This 24 month project is a collaboration between The World Bee Project, the University of Reading, Oracle for Research, and BerryWorld.
Projecte Equilibri, Mallorca, has 110 hectares under cultivation and 65 hectares of forest. We aim to demonstrate the economic value of a transition to Precision Apiculture that promotes the local bioeconomy and creates a more sustainable local food system. Together, we are developing a flagship project.
Chelsea Physic Garden was founded in 1673 by the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries for its apprentices to study the medicinal qualities of plants. The Apiary at Chelsea Physic Garden is owned and managed by beekeeper Peter James and is a member of the World Hive Network©.
The University of Edinburgh Apiary Project is a member of the World Hive Network©. The Apiary Project aids in the conservation and propagation of the honey bee to encourage research into bees and bee products and to foster a greater knowledge and understanding of bees and beekeeping.