Globally, the honeybee population is drastically declining. Environmental organizations name climate change as its biggest cause. Bees, as temperature-sensitive creatures, couldn't adapt to the unprecedented abnormal climate.
Bees are the world's most important pollinators, and declining bee populations pose a serious threat to global food security and nutrition. In fact, one-third of the world's food supply — or one out of every three bites of food we eat — relies on bees. The extinction of honeybees affects not just 90% of wild flora, but also the animals and people who feed on those, and further the entire biodiversity.