The European beekeeping sector is very preoccupied with the decline of bee colonies.
Concerns remain amongst beekeepers and all the people who benefit from the role of these pollinators.
In this context the CARI celebrated 30 years of activity, and invited the international community to the 2nd European Congress of Beekeeping, “Beecome” at Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium). This meeting will allow beekeepers from all Europe to gather and exchange information.
A great number of beekeepers federations, took this opportunity to deal with the major themes presented by the best specialists in Europe. Exhibition areas allowed all the partners in the bee world to present their services, products and expertise.
BNNS was present at Beecome to raise awareness about the role of beekeeping as a tool for development in countries in the South, to connect beekeeping organisation and faciliate exchanges of information and experiences between different actors in the field.
A number of visitors also signed the BNNS memorandum