Joe Franco talks about his childhood, interacting with bugs and catching snakes and frogs, and how the influence of the natural world prompted him to start his own bee and wasp removal service as an adult. He also expands upon the differences between bees and wasps, and shares a bit about how his company, Joe Wasp Nest Removal Services, works to humanely and sustainably relocate bees and wasps.
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A Farewell to Norms
BY JILLIAN ELDRIDGE
@ VOL 1
ON AUG 27, 2013
Artist Jillian Eldridge discusses her work, and her attempts to break out of her established aesthetic. She crafts collages of mammal and insect forms of reflective material, then duplicates her collage on canvas with paint. She speaks of wandering humans, migrating animals, and moving away from her norms as themes.
What's Up With the Bees?
BY JONATHAN OTIS
@ VOL 1
ON MAR 04, 2014
Jonathan Otis is the owner of Lake Superior Honey amongst many other businesses. He answers the popular question that everyone asks, "what's up with the honey bees?" by talking about how they contribute to our society, how our lifestlye impacts their lives negativiely, and some solutions to protect the honey bee in the future.
"Presentation of the Day" on April 26, 2014.
The Importance of Other Species
BY TIM HUIJSMANS
@ VOL 30
ON JUN 13, 2016
Tim Huijsmans might be one of the youngest PechaKucha speakers in Maastricht. He is the founder of Red de Aarde (Save the Earth) foundation. He, through his foundation, is running projects for bees, primates and other sorts of animals in the Netherlands, Ghana and Cameroon. In 2015, Tim was elected as Wold Improver of the Year by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Come and listen to his story and what he wants to do to make the world a better place.
The Adventures of Bolt and Buzz: Tales of a Disruptive Social ANTerprise
BY PETER RANDRUP
@ VOL 32
ON SEP 26, 2017
Peter Randrup and Bex De Prospo launched sustainable food start-up, Anteater in 2016. Anteater wholesales premium edible insects to top restaurants and special events all over NZ. Due to the huge environmental, production and health benefits of edible insects, the Anteater team believes that they will play a major role in the future of protein production. Peter and Bex are working tirelessly to mainstream edible insects as a viable, delicious, sustainable alternative to conventionally-farmed meat products.
Insektenflecken auf der Autoscheibe sind Vergangenheit! Toll! ... oder??
Timo Kopf ist freiberuflicher Zoologe und externer Lehrbeauftragter an der Universität Innsbruck.