We super proud to announce another project in the cultural center in Mongolia in NOGOON NUUR, at the last Raise fund with the help of our ambassador @haroshi we have raise fund to buy a land beside the green lake where the cultural center is, to make a skatepark for the poor kids at the yourte area. From 4 to 18 February we will make a raisefund to raise money for buy material to build the park and the money left will serve to buy material for the cultural center and pay teacher for educate the kids.
La evolución femenina!!!
Si y si y si... Paso a paso se fueron hermanando, olvidaron la competencia, se entregaron confianza, amor para celebrar nuestras diferencias, se dieron tiempo y oportunidades, y todas bailaron juntas ...ya el Mundo no será igual. El amor entre las mujeres esta cambiandolo todo.
Coffee, apples, honey – were it not for the precious work of pollinators, countless things that we eat and drink would not exist, totalling more than 30% of global food production.
Most pollinators are insects, particularly from the bee family.
Apart from helping feed humans, these insects also play a vital role in the reproduction of a wide variety of wild plants, fertilising them by transporting pollen from one flower to another.
This results in fruit and seed production. In this way, they contribute indirectly to dairy production through pasture renewal, and help sustain terrestrial ecosystems by supporting the first level of the food chain – plants.
Out of more than 800 wild bee species across the Europe, seven of them are classified as critically endangered and 46 endangered while 24 are vulnerable and 101 near threatened.