Nature lover. Bee conservation activist. Located in Jamaica. Active Worldwide
Join me, Theon Ali, on my mission to educate the world about the importance of bees for our environment
Theon Ali Bee Conservation Activist
I hope that countries around the globe appreciate the critical nature of their native bee populations and take steps to conserve them before it is too late. Our environment relies on bees as the number one pollinator of more than 90% of plants. Without bees, our gardens would be bare and our plates empty!
Local beekeepers work hard to give proper nutrition to their bees . The best way for you to show appreciation is to always buy local honey and beeswax products. Many beekeepers use products from their hives to create soaps, lotions, and beeswax candles. In addition, local honey is not only delicious — it is made from local flora that will help with seasonal allergies!
Join me, Theon Ali, in my struggle to raise awareness on bees conservation.
4 Reasons Why It’s Important to Protect Bees by Theon Ali
Pollinators, notably bees, are responsible for one out of every three bites of food consumed worldwide. Despite the importance of bees to both the environment and human nutrition, their numbers are steadily declining worldwide. Within the last decade, beekeepers in the United States and Europe have reported annual bee colony losses of 30–50%. Many factors,… Read More »4 Reasons Why It’s Important to Protect Bees by Theon Ali
How and Why We Should Protect Bees, the Queens of Biodiversity by Theon Ali
If bees suddenly vanished from the face of the earth, man would only have four more years to survive. This renowned phrase, which is typically given to Albert Einstein, does a good job of explaining how the fate of the world is tied to the actions of these insects. Find out what steps you may… Read More »How and Why We Should Protect Bees, the Queens of Biodiversity by Theon Ali
Bee Conservation In Jamaica: It’s Time (Theon Ali)
Jamaica has a rich history of beekeeping and is home to 69 varieties of bees. Its diverse Ecosystem is the reason why we can find over 500 specimens of these species in its National History Museum. Unfortunately though, Jamaica, and indeed the entire world, is witnessing a dangerous decline in the population of honeybees. The… Read More »Bee Conservation In Jamaica: It’s Time (Theon Ali)