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2022’s World Bee Day Addresses Young People

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2022’s World Bee Day Addresses Young People

May 11
00:50 2022
2022’s World Bee Day Addresses Young People
World Bee Day is on 20th May 2022, and this year, it is about addressing young people since this is the European Year of Youth. This year’s topic is bees and young people, meant to help young people get involved in bees.

London, UK – Similar to previous years, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is scheduled to hold Bees Engaged, a special event that celebrates the diversity of bees. Also on the cards is the Golden Bee Award, which will be awarded for the second time in a row as part of marking the special day. The first award was received by Argentina’s Lucas Alejandro Garibaldi in 2021. 

Since the topic this year is young people and beekeeping, it is mainly geared towards raining awareness in young people. Young people are to be taught about the importance of pollinators, how to learn beekeeping skills, and how to protect bees, which have and need to be passed down to future generations. 

Passing on crucial beekeeping and protection knowledge is imperative to ensure that young people know the importance of these tiny creatures. Furthermore, careers in beekeeping help encourage the creation of new green jobs, offering opportunities for farms and those that keep bees to develop products that provide added value. 

Readers can find out more about World Bee Day, in addition to learning more about the importance of bees, by visiting https://blueworldgardener.co.uk/bee-statistics

“We have noticed a significant decline in pollinators like bees in recent years. According to researchers, the most common reasons are the significant changes in land use, increased urbanization, and the use of a large and growing amount of land for agriculture.” Said the owner of Blue World Gardener, a website that publishes articles about bees, gardening, and other green topics. 

He added, “As more people in the farming industry continue to rely on pesticides and other pollutants, we will continue to see fewer bees and other pollinators. Plus, global warming has led to increased temperatures, which means inexplicable weather events are destroying natural bee habitats. All of this means that we need to take action right away.”

About Blue World Gardener

Blue World Gardener is a website dedicated to organic gardening practices and raising awareness about issues such as a decline in the bee population. The website aims to educate people of all ages about using the right farming and gardening techniques to ensure a safe environment for insects, humans, and animals. 

Media Contact
Company Name: Blue World Gardening
Contact Person: Mr Steven Moore
Email: Send Email
Country: United Kingdom
Website: blueworldgardener.co.uk

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