SAVE BEE Project


“If the bees disappeared off the face of the Earth, man would only have four years left to live. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man.” Albert Einstein

After analyzing the data, the researchers were able to conclude that roughly 62.5 percent of the original bee population was lost, while butterfly populations shrank by a similarly shocking 57.6 percent. The number of bee species dropped too, with the area losing 39 percent of its species biodiversity. Mar 11, 2023

The EU estimated that pollination services offered by insects, particularly bees, were worth 153 billion Euros or £131 billion – a tenth of the value of world agriculture – a decade ago.

Meanwhile the US Food and Drink Administration has suggested the value of crops relying on pollinators, including bees, could be as much as US$ 577 billion, or £410 billion, a year. 

Bees are in decline because of intensive farming, pesticide prevalence and climate change – but human welfare depends on them 


We believe that creating awareness and educating the younger generation is crucial. To achieve this, we plan to introduce the «SAVE BEE” school program, which includes a one-hour video lesson on the

importance of bees. Students can then attach “SAVE BEE” stickers to their backpacks and begin spreading the message of bee conservation. At the same time programs in the SAVE BEE stickers will be actively helping BEES to survive.  As a result, it will help to STOP faster a global disaster, which will in turn help us and our families avoid a serious situation and food crisis. 

Involving students in the “SAVE BEE” program can be a great way to raise awareness about the importance of bee conservation and engage the younger generation in environmental initiatives.


PLEASE SEND A PREPAID envelope to this address below
and the SAMPLE of the BEE STICKER will be sent to you for FREE:

Alexander Johnston
7000 N Buckingham Sq.
Apt 502D Columbia MO 65202, USA
e-mail: [email protected]
skype: sasha.johnston

Articles about BEEs and Radiation

What would happen if bees disappeared?

The adverse effects of wireless technologies and electromagnetic radiation on bees

Birds, Bees and Mankind: Destroying nature by electrosmog

Electromagnetic radiation as an emerging driver factor for the decline of insects:

Report says wireless radiation may harm wildlife, Scott Wyland

Study links bee decline to cell phones

If Cell Phones Are Behind the Bee Decline, What Are They Doing to Humans?

Radiation from mobile phones could have contributed to the dramatic decline in insect populations seen in much of Europe

Is Wireless Technology an Environmental Health Risk?

Research Suggests Cell-Tower Radiation Harms Wildlife

Bee Culture Magazine has published two articles by Ross Conrad on EMFs and Bees.
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Part 2:

Study Links Bee Decline to Cell Phones – CNN

Andrew Goldsworthy, Bees, Birds, the Environment and Electromagnetic Fields