«Small things can lead to big changes in our world. In the case of pollinators, these small insects will define the future of nature and food security in the long term,» said Virginijus Sinkevicius, European Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries.
Pollinator Week is an annual event celebrated worldwide in support of pollinator health. Did you know that birds, bats, bees, butterflies, beetles that pollinate plants are responsible for bringing us one out of every three bites of food?
Pollinator Week is a time to learn about the importance of pollinators and spread the word about what we can do to protect them.
This year we celebrated this meaningful event with Prince Albert II Of Monaco Foundation. We installed a Bee Camino hotel in their garden, thus extending the geography of the pollinator conversation project launched by our stakeholder Lepton Charity Foundation.
Each pollinator hotel, therefore, is not merely a refuge for insects. It is an educational cornerstone, a beckoning beacon for all who dream of a world where man and pollinator thrive in unison.
It contributes to the focus of encouraging a greater understanding of how agriculture works and the importance of green space to our urban areas.
One can find it surprising, but we believe these habitats can contribute to the survival of our planet. The Bee Camino project shows that people can, on a very local scale, do positive things to protect pollinators, as opposed to larger-scale environmental issues.
We are so glad and grateful to Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation for their support of the Bee Camino project and for guiding us on the way to Sustainability. Let it Bee