Global Hive: What The Bee Crisis Teaches Us About Building a Sustainable World

Category: Book
By (author): Kornberger, Horst
Subject:  NATURE / Animals / Insects & Spiders
  NATURE / Environmental Conservation & Protection
  NON-FICTION / General
  TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Agriculture / Beekeeping
Audience: general/trade
Publisher: Floris Books
Published: August 2019
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 144
Size: 9.20in x 6.10in x 0.00in
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In a world all too familiar with environmental disasters, Horst Kornberger argues that the bee crisis is a more significant problem than deforestation, pollution and global warming put together, as it points to the causes behind all these.

Global Hive is a rallying cry for a new understanding of world ecology. More than a study of bees, this book offers both an entirely new way of thinking about the bee crisis and its causes, and a way to use the crisis to explore wider social and ecological issues.

Kornberger despairs of the dominant scientific worldview that reduces everything to minute detail and fails to see the larger holistic picture. He argues that we urgently need to start thinking about ecology in a different way- with empathy and imagination- if we want to mend our relationship with the natural world. From this perspective, the worldwide threat of the bee crisis becomes a starting point for global change.

Global Hive is a thought-provoking treatise on what colony collapse teaches us about our society, our choices and how we can build a more sustainable world.

Biographical NoteHorst Kornberger was born in Austria in 1959. He is a poet, artist, writer and lecturer. He has taught at the Rudolf Steiner College in California and now lives in Western Australia. He is the founder of the School of Integral Art where he pioneers creative, biographical and story writing. He is the author of The Power of Stories: Nurturing Children's Imagination and Consciousness.