The Climate Countdown
The Climate Countdown Episode 9. Bee the Change Shownotes:
7 years, 281 days, 18 hours, and 30 minutes to save the planet.
The Climate Countdown is a weekly podcast hosted by uni student Madeleine Wright. Hi, that’s me.
I know without action climate change is happening. The only hope, a drastic change from large companies and government – but also from everyday people. People like you and me.
Each week on the Climate Countdown I explore one change I am making in my own life to become more sustainable. This week we are looking at saving the bees – what’s going on, and what you can do to help.
Please look at the links referenced in the episode below.
Remember, make each minute a decision to be kinder to the environment.
- Join over 270,000 people in demanding offshore honey be labeled to inform consumer purchasing power
- Join over 22,000 people in banning the use of harmful insecticides that damage bee health
- Join over 51,000 people in limiting the use of the herbicide glyphosate in public places which is damaging to human and bee health
LISTEN TO THE EPISODE HERE
Climate Clock. (2021, October 14). The Science. The Climate Clock.
Figures, C & Rivett-Carnac, T. (2020, April 22). What will the world look like in 2050 if we don’t cut carbon emissions in half? Time.
Hung, K. L. J., Kingston, J. M., Albrecht, M., Holway, D. A., & Kohn, J. R. (2018). The worldwide importance of honey bees as pollinators in natural habitats. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 285(1870), 20172140.
Hagopian, J. (2017). Death and Extinction of the Bees. Global Research, March, 24.