How can we solve our current environmental problems? Aside from considering the practices of big time companies, the best chance we have at starting change is from our own homes. To reverse the existential threat, a recent report by the intergovernmental science-policy platform on biodiversity and ecosystem services (IPBES) recommended that we listen to Indigenous people and learn from the local community. Also, we could learn their relationship with the natural world, and get some ideas on how to solve or prevent major environmental disasters.
In relation to these recommendations raised by the IPBES, the Conversation’s Siobhan Maderson shared the lessons she learned from beekeepers, who are very in tune with their environment and would do their part in making sure the bees thrive in their environment. Check the full piece here!
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