Angelina Jolie Shows Us the Art of Beekeeping | Vogue

Angelina Jolie Shows Us the Art of Beekeeping | Vogue

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ah hello [Music] [Music] as i started to work with gerlong we spoke often about the bees and the commitment that carolina already had to the bees and then we really started to talk about what what could we do to improve the situation what could we do both for the bees and also for for women and what would that look like this is the center
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in many ways and uh there's so much research and training uh being done from here i thought i knew something about bees and beekeeping and training and i thought i understood the importance but really when you really dig into it and you really start to learn about what for example we would lose 30 of the honeybees disappearing you know and and had we not had the beekeepers and and
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the work of places like over we would lose them what happens when we lose them what happens when we lose them all i wasn't a young environmentalist right i'm more a humanist i've been very active in uh displacement and the the politics of uh you know fighting against persecution but it always leads back to environment even displaced people are often displaced because of the damage the environment [Music] my name is aguelina canelopulo i come from greece and we're here in the center
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of provence in france learning all about bees bees are the most important animal on earth through their pollinating services they offer one out of three bites of food that we eat every day without bees we wouldn't have the fruits and the vegetables that we like to eat we wouldn't have the clothes that we like to wear the world would be completely different without the bees populations of the bees are declining all around the world different factors that play a role in this habitat loss monoculture pesticides parasites so it's a complicated environment for them right
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now oh yeah i have one here on the top [Music] you see they're pretty happy thank you there's a lot of bees in this one oh yeah [Music] this is a quite a healthy hive because we can see the different colors of the pollen which means that there's a lot of different sources of flowers around in the area so they're collecting it and you see there's different colors there's white there's yellow there's orange this
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is basically used to feed the baby bees and this is why it's close to to the babies [Music] so even in the winter they have to maintain the same temperature for the babies to be born healthy and for the queen to remain healthy so this is a struggle and this is one of the reasons that they connect all together in a bowl and they around the babies the larva and they stay together there to warm it up because in the winter it's much colder
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outside so they keep it they keep themselves cold in a boat in like a hug they've been here a month they taught me something today i didn't bring knowledge to them thinking about the cycles of life thinking about what needs to be done participating in ways to make improvements being together and to sit with them and they speak often of virtue and humility and life feeling just in touch with yourself
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making something creating something connecting to something and feeling that you're contributing and being a part of something in life that grounds you even just within your own home you could there are there are ways that individuals could keep zombies or at least have some flowers or dedicate some part of their life or time to the awareness and the encouragement of these kind of programs today here i felt you felt a family i would like to think that programs like this will be happening all over the world so maybe this is the bees maybe
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there's the tree planting i hope there are many and i hope they overlap and i hope it's just the new way we live [Music]

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