Talking about saving our pollinators is one thing, but how do we take action?
From the comfort of our homes, it's hard to figure out the first steps. Well, we are here to help!
We have searched and found out top bee causes that you can help and contribute to without committing to owning a colony of bees.
These first steps will hopefully educate you about the issues our honey bees and many other pollinators are facing. We also hope they inspire you to start your journey on helping our environment and caring for our planet.
Just one signature, a small donation or even just the spread of information can contribute to global impact.
Friends of the Earth Canada
Friends of the Earth Canada is affiliated with Friends of the Earth International and is devoted to giving a voice to the environment.
This is a petition to protect wild, native bees in Canada as endangered species and to protect them under Canadian law.
The Wilderness Committee is a Canadian registered non-profit society with charitable status to protect Canada's biological diversity. They have multiple programs to look into about protecting our environment.
This is a petition to nationally ban the use of neonicotinods, which are very harmful pesticides to bees, in Canada.
SumofUs is a worldwide community of people fighting to do better for our planet, calling themselves a "global consumer watchdog".
Banning these pesticides will do amazing things to allow our bees and pollinators to thrive. Check this petition to Health Canada.
Environmental Working Group
This bee cause from an American non-profit organization called the Environmental Working Group. They are dedicated to empowering people to live healthier lives in a healthier environment.
This is a petition to the Environmental Protection Agency against the required usage of toxic neonicotinoid pesticides from farmers.
Avaaz, meaning "voice" in several languages, has a mission to unify the world's voices to become one and fight against global issues.
The last bee cause on our list is a global petition to world leaders and agriculture ministers. The petition already has 4.4 million signatures and you can sign from any country.
Most of these causes on our list are Canadian and ones we have personally signed and contributed to.
If there are any bee causes you'd like us to know about please comment below, we would love to check it out. The more the merrier when it comes to protecting our fuzzy little pollinators.