More Than Honey: The Survival of Bees and the Future of Our World

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Bees have been our allies since the dawn of man. Now their very existence is threatened, and by what? Filmmaker of the documentary, More Than Honey, Markus Imhoof, and co-founder of the German ecological magazine, Natur, Claus-Peter Lieckfeld, joined to compose More Than Honey—the Survival of Bees and the Future of Our World.

With brilliant, close-up photography, and impeccable prose, this documentary comes to life. In addition to the authors’ portraying bees as the bases for big business in the food industry, their position in the ecology is welcoming and necessary. The authors consider the phylogeny of bees and where they are headed in the human world an extremely important investment of our human endeavors. Our dependence on them has been expanding all during Man’s existence. Now, we appear to be arriving at a central crossroads, in which it would be devastating for human life to continue without their humble servant.

I applaud the researchers who tirelessly represent the welfare of these dynamic creatures, and have come to appreciate their participation in our own well-being. We need more devoted scholarly servants who see the world through the needs of our existence.

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Author Markus Imhoof, Claus-Peter Lieckfeld
Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 152 pages
Publisher Greystone Books
Publish Date 2015-Oct-13
ISBN 9781771640992
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Issue November 2015
Category Science & Nature


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