Bees are our predominant pollinators. They are pollinating a third of the food that we eat and around 80 percent of flowering plants. Pollination is crucial because many of our vegetables, fruits, and the crops that feed our livestock rely on it so they can become fertilized. Without pollination, humans will and can possibly go hunger.
Not only that, but pollinators allow plants, especially food crops to reproduce. They do not only allow crops to reproduce, but they also are the key to conserving biodiversity.
Hummingbirds, bees, bats, butterflies, and other pollinators are one of the most common pollinators. However, their numbers are decreasing at a very fast rate.
Human activities, such as logging, deforestation, and climate change are playing a huge role in affecting their numbers.
In order to raise awareness of pollinators around the world, the United Nations decided to make May 20 of every year as the World Bee Day.
The World Bee Day 2020 is celebrated on May 20, 2020, every year because of Anton Jansa, a pioneer of beekeeping.
He was born on May 20, 1743.
This day is celebrated internationally to acknowledge the role of bees and other pollinators in our ecosystem and what could happen if they disappear from our planet.
The date was made official in December 2017 by the state members of the United Nations.
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