DCs for Bees Logo with tagline .png

'DCs for Bees - Bee The Change'

 

Bee pollination contributes to 70% of the world's crops. The success of our species is
dependent on theirs. There are 98 species of bee in Ireland; nearly one third are threatened with extinction.


The DCs for Bees Ambassadors – made up of people from the data centre industry – exist to
halt the decline of Bees in Ireland and beyond. On Tuesday 27th April, they are hosting a

Bee the Change’ live virtual presentation for the employees of Host in Ireland partner companies.


Join Wally Blennerhassett (beekeeper), John Cox (Ethos Engineering, beekeeper), and Nicole
Cox (Siemens, volunteer beekeeper) to learn about the importance of Ireland’s native
pollinators, the danger they’re facing, and the ways everyone one of us can help them.

 

“If we all do something small, the result can be enormous!”

April 27th,  12pm-1pm – Book your seat 

By registering for the webinar you are consenting to be added to our 'DCs for Bees' mailing list for events and publications. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Webinar Speakers

'DCs for Bees - Bee The Change'

Join Wally Blennerhassett (beekeeper), John Cox (Ethos Engineering, beekeeper), and Nicole Cox (Siemens, volunteer beekeeper) to learn about the importance of Ireland’s native pollinators, the danger they’re facing, and the ways everyone one of us can help them.

michelle wallace profile headshot-1.jpg

Michelle Wallace

Host In Ireland

  • Grey LinkedIn Icon
Wally%20Blennerhasset_Ambassador_headsho

Wally Blennerhasset

Beekeeper

  • Grey LinkedIn Icon

Nicole Cox

Siemens, Volunteer Beekeeper

  • Grey LinkedIn Icon
Ethos%20(Fusion%20CS)_John%20Cox_Ambassa

John Cox 

Ethos Engineering, Beekeeper

  • Grey LinkedIn Icon

Long term 

IMPACT

Launching 21st April 2021 

 

Working closely with ecologists from the National Biodiversity Data Centre, we have created an industry-specific,  purpose-built programme for our industry to make lasting sustainable changes.

 

From the smallest partner operating nationally, to a global multi-billion-dollar operator with multiple sites, there are steps to promote biodiversity to suit every type of partner.