Make a buzz! The first BEE influencer from Instagram combats the insect's decline through playful messages that mimic social media clichés
- & # 39; B & # 39; is a computer generated bee influencer made by Fondation de France,
- She hopes to raise awareness about the decline of bees and how to save them
- Via sponsored messages she collects money for trusts and charities
From an Eiffel Tower selfie to exotic holiday snapshots, this Instagram user ticks all the boxes when it comes to capturing the classic influencer photos.
But the French social media star, known as & # 39; B & # 39 ;, is not the newest street style icon or beauty blogger that makes a splash on the platform.
She is rather a computer generated at – and she has an important message to share.
& # 39; B & # 39 ;, a computer-generated bee, was created by the French philanthropic network Fondation de France and aims to raise awareness of the insect's worldwide decline through playful messages that clichés of social mimic the media. In the photo, & # 39; B & # 39; pictured posing in a ghost costume on Halloween
The @ bee_nfluencer account has had nearly 150,000 followers since its launch in April. On the photo & # 39; B & # 39; for a selfie in front of the Eiffel tower
The account is intended to stop the decline of the bee population worldwide. On the photo, & # 39; B & # 39; stand against climate change during the rally & # 39; s earlier this year
& # 39; B & # 39;, created by the French philanthropic network Fondation de France, wants to raise awareness of the worldwide decline of the insect through playful messages that mimic social media clichés
The @ bee_nfluencer account, which has collected nearly 150,000 followers since its launch in April, works with brands to raise money through sponsored brand posts that are then passed on to the Bee Fund, which supports conservation projects in France.
In addition to sharing photos from her enviable lifestyle, B also shares facts about bees, hoping to raise awareness of how important they are in the ecosystem. Depicted, waving from a balcony
A photo on a swing is a favorite of Instagrammers around the world – and & # 39; B & # 39; is no exception
& # 39; B & # 39; poses for a display of fresh food – and used the caption to remind followers that bees play a crucial role in food production
But it will only work with brands that actively work with biodiversity and have been approved according to the Foundation de France CNN.
In addition to sharing photos from her enviable lifestyle, B also shares facts about bees, hoping to raise awareness of how important they are in the ecosystem.
& # 39; If you like food, you must celebrate World Food Day!
& # 39; My sisters and I are behind most of the food you eat every day. Do you wonder which? Respond with a food emoji … and I'll tell you if it would still exist without me! & # 39; a recently read message.
B wants to continue to expand its influence and work with brands to get sponsored messages to raise money for the Bee Fund, which supports pollination conservation projects in France. Pictured, emulating a street style star by posing in a wide-brimmed hat
At the end of a long day you see & # 39; B & # 39; relax in a hot tub – complete with bath duck
In another, she said: & # 39; On the way to the grape harvest festival of Montmartre in 2019!
In another, taken during the September climate protests, she said: & It is essential to save the planet … And the bees too!
& # 39; Both are threatened and believe me, it would be terrible to live without bees.
Money earned by B is used by Fondation de France to help rebuild bee habitats and help farmers move towards pollinator-friendly techniques.
According to the Foundation, around 30 percent of bee colonies in France disappear every year.
WHAT HAPPENED WITH THE BEES?
The number of honey bees and health has declined in recent months and has been a source of global concern due to the crucial role of insects as an important pollinator.
The health of bees has been closely monitored in recent years as the available sources of honeybees have decreased and pesticide contamination has increased.
In animal model studies, the researchers found that combined exposure to pesticides and poor nutrition reduced the health of bees.
Bees use sugar to feed flights and work in the nest, but pesticides lower their hemolymph (& # 39; bee blood & # 39;) sugar levels and therefore lower their energy supplies.
When pesticides are combined with limited food supplies, bees lack the energy to function, which reduces the chances of survival.
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