The World Bee Project


SAFEGUARDING Pollinators, People & the Planet

Founded in 2014, The World Bee Project (WBP) is a social enterprise focussed on the relationship between pollinators and the most pressing issues that societies face today such as food security, environment, health and wellbeing. 

The World Bee Project stands for the conservation of biodiversity, creating habitats for pollinator conservation across towns, cities, the countryside, and farmlands, aiming to increase pollinator diversity and density to achieve long-term social, cultural, globally relevant change.

From simple, low-cost action at the community level, to designing functional improvements for agricultural ecosystems, to blueprints for entire cities, the WBP designs solutions and implements projects that deliver essential benefits to pollinators, people and the planet.

The World Bee Project aims to bring scientific, technological, government and market forces together to achieve its ultimate goal of placing the natural world at the heart of public policy and enshrining environmental protection in national constitutions.

“Investment in biodiversity and ecosystems is essential in its own right and for human well-being. The evidence is clear: protecting, restoring and sustainably managing nature will yield high returns at low costs. Global investors are seeking environmental investment opportunities because it makes economic sense.”
— The UN Development Programme (UNDP) Administrator, Helen Clark.


To learn more visit The World Bee Project website.