We loves bees, and we love the environment. Here you will find posts that are not necessarily about bees, but rather about other issues affecting the environment at large.

Impact of Climate Change on the Agroindustry

Climate change is the number one concern in today’s food industry, especially agriculture. It has completely reshaped the ecosystem in more ways than one. The massive heat waves, floods, droughts, and gas emissions have resulted in billion-dollar losses. To even have the slightest chance to adapt to the constant changes, we will need all the information we can get. That’s why we compiled some practical knowledge of all the challenges that lie ahead. Here is a list of some of the biggest impacts of climate change on the agroindustry sector.

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Declutter Your Life with These 4 Eco-Friendly Spring Cleaning Techniques

Regardless of the season, it’s never too late to give your home a spring cleaning. As the old saying goes: “A clean home is a happy home.” You can make your home even happier and healthier by using eco-friendly cleaning methods. Not only will you avoid exposing your loved ones (and your pets) to potentially harmful chemicals, you’ll also help the environment while cleaning and decluttering your home.

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Low Carbon’s Buzzing Biodiversity Success

Low Carbon's Buzzing Biodiversity Success

The plight of the honeybee is an ever-growing concern for scientists, posing threats to our ecosystem and life as we know it. So what is the future of the honeybee?  Low Carbon, a UK-based renewable energy investment and asset management company, believes that supporting greater biodiversity and the bees as an essential part in the fight against climate change. Low Carbon has installed beehives on its solar parks across the UK with more than 2 million bees thriving in these protected sites. Watch the video to find out more about these wildflower-filled solar farms, that are quite literally buzzing with biodiversity.

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Save the Bees: How Climate Change Affects Bees and Other Pollinators

How Climate Change Affects Bees

According to NASA, Earth’s average temperature has risen almost two degrees since 1880. That might not seem like much on paper, but the effects of this seemingly small climate change can be seen in the weather, sea levels, and the health of our global bee populations. In fact, the impact of changing temperatures on both native and introduced pollinators has many experts believing slowing climate change may be the only way to save the bees. So how can we help slow climate change and its damaging effects? And what else can we do to help save the bees?

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3 Ways to Make Every Day Earth Day at Home and within Your Community

According to NASA, climate change is a very real problem that already is affecting the environment: “Glaciers have shrunk, ice on rivers and lakes is breaking up earlier, plant and animal ranges have shifted and trees are flowering sooner.” We also are experiencing a loss of sea ice, an accelerated sea level rise, and longer, more intense heat waves. Fortunately, you can make some environmentally-friendly changes in your home and within your community to raise awareness about climate change and help stop it. Living like every day is Earth Day is a great way to start.

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