The Joy of Bees - Bees as a model of sustainability and beekeeping as an experience involving nature and human history
The Joy of Bees - Bees as a model of sustainability and beekeeping as an experience involving nature and human history
The Joy of Bees - Bees as a model of sustainability and beekeeping as an experience involving nature and human history
The Joy of Bees - Bees as a model of sustainability and beekeeping as an experience involving nature and human history
The Joy of Bees - Bees as a model of sustainability and beekeeping as an experience involving nature and human history

The Joy of Bees - Bees as a model of sustainability and beekeeping as an experience involving nature and human history

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Author Paolo Fontana
Language English
ISBN 9788894094589
Publisher World Biodiversity Association
Pages 752
Format Hardcover 
Images Illustrations and photos in colour and b/w
Year published 2019

The Joy of Bees is a rich and original collection of knowledge on bees presented in the form of analogies, paraphrases, and exaggerated images, some taken from literary classics, others taken from folk literature, films and television. The narrative bubbles as if the authors is speaking in his own dialect, and it is to the credit of translator Paul Tout that the English text has not lost the pace, character and exuberance of the language of the author’s original Italian publication. The book traces a clear path that guides the reader to a full awareness of the fundamental role that this insect plays for humanity, from a bio-ecological point of view and beyond, i.e. sociological, anthropological and, more generally, humanistic. In short this book synthesizes a wealth of knowledge acquired through the author's passionate study.

 

Paolo Fontana is an Italian naturalist and researcher at the Edmund Mach Foundation in Trento (Italy). President of the World Biodiversity Association, he has also been a beekeeper for more than 30 years. As an entomologist he has taken part in numerous research expeditions, studying the faunas of Mediterranean as well tropical countries and describing dozens of species new to science. The author of over 240 publications, in recent years he has focused on the sustainability of agricultural ecosystems, the conservation of biodiversity, beekeeping and its associated problems, the natural management of honeybees and their use as indicators of environmental quality.

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