Sunday, 13 March 2016

OUGD505 Product Range Distribution - Research, Save The Bees (Studio Brief Two)

Save the Bees is a campaign that is aiming to try help restore the loss of bees across Europe.

This is one of the websites among many that aims to promote saving the bees. This is one of the best website designs, as it is the most informative. On the website, it discusses the situation, the cause and the solutions to the problem, both in a short description, and in a long description if you want to find out more information.

The Bee Cause calls on the Government to show real commitment to reversing bee decline. The urgent priorities include securing a permanent EU ban on bee-harming pesticides known as 'neonicotinoids' and delivering a strong National Pollinator Strategy.

Our bees are in crisis. They've lost much of their natural habitat in the past 60 years, including 98 percent of wildflower meadows. They're also under assault from pesticides, intensive farming and climate change.

The Government must act now. The Pollinator Strategies were secured for Wales in 2013, England in 2014. The All-Ireland Pollinator Plan was launched in 2015. Now, the main aim of the campaign is to help make sure that the politicians deliver on their promises, and take the lead in helping the bees thrive.

With political action, there's plenty that everyone can do to help bees in a practical way, for example creating habitats for bees and pollinators in gardens.

The main problem with the Save the Bees campaign is the fact that there are so many different websites, each having very little information available all in one place. There is potential for me to create a different website, one that would have all the information on about saving the bees, but also kits available that would help other people get involved.

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