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OUR WORLD
RUNS ON BEES

In the intricate web of our world's ecosystems, bees and all pollinators stand as indispensable architects of life on our planet. As bee populations dwindle and mortality rates soar, the urgency to safeguard these vital creatures becomes ever more pressing. The fate of our food security and the health of our ecosystems hang in the balance, compelling us to heed the call and take decisive action to protect the future of bees and, by extension, our own survival.

“If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, then man would have only four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man.” ― Albert Einstein

Our initiative focuses on establishing protected areas for bees to thrive, ensuring the health and sustainability of bee populations worldwide while supporting existing beekeepers and fostering the education and employment of new ones across the globe. BeeHab Reserves are being established across the U.S. in Hawaii, Texas, Utah, Idaho, New Mexico, Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, and Oregon. Each reserve is carefully selected to provide optimal environments for bees to flourish, eliminating pesticides and GMOs while promoting biodiversity and sustainable agriculture practices.

Learn more about our BeeHab Reserves by clicking on the “Learn More” button below. Join us in our mission to protect bees and safeguard the future of our planet’s ecosystems. Together, we can make a difference for bees and the world they pollinate. Bee the Solution… Join Us!

Key Challenges We Face

  • Reproduction Struggles: Current bee populations are struggling to reproduce, threatening their long-term survival.

  • Pesticide Toxicity: High levels of toxicity from pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides contribute to Colony Collapse Disorder and low reproduction rates among bees.

Impact on Agriculture and the Environment

  • Rapid Food Crop Expansion: Since 1970, food crop production has increased by 300%, exerting immense pressure on bee populations.

  • Land Degradation: 23% of land areas worldwide have experienced reduced productivity due to land degradation, further exacerbating bee habitat loss.

  • Reliance on Pollination: 75% of global food crop types depend on animal pollination, making bee decline a threat to global food security.

  • Economic Risks: The annual value of global crop output at risk due to pollinator loss ranges from US $577 billion to as much as $3.6 trillion, highlighting the economic repercussions of bee decline or a total collapse.

Environmental Consequences

  • Biodiversity Loss: The planet loses 200-2000 species of plants and animals each year, contributing to shrinking biodiversity.

  • Desertification: Current agricultural practices contribute to desertification, with a desert the size of Saudi Arabia added to the Earth's surface annually.

Our initiative focuses on establishing protected areas for bees to thrive, ensuring the health and sustainability of bee populations worldwide while supporting beekeepers across the globe.

Beehab Reserves are being established across the US in Hawaii, Texas, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho. Each reserve is carefully selected to provide optimal environments for bees to flourish while promoting biodiversity and sustainable agriculture practices.

Learn more about our Beehab Reserves by clicking on the “Learn More” button below. Join us in our mission to protect bees and safeguard the future of our planet’s ecosystems. Together, we can make a difference for bees and the world they pollinate.

Beehab Reserves

GLOBAL BEE CRISIS

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