Bee Time: Lessons from the Hive
Being among bees is a full-body experience, Mark Winston writes. Bee Time presents his reflections on three decades spent studying these remarkable creatures, and on the lessons they can teach about how humans might better interact with one another and the natural world, from the boardroom to urban design to agricultural ecosystems.
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Bee Time: Lessons from the HiveUser Review - Eileen H. Kramer - Book Verdict
What can we learn from bees and beekeepers? Bees, explains Winston (academic director, Ctr. for Dialogue, Simon Fraser Univ.) tell engaging stories. Beekeepers show gratitude with honey. Patient ... Read full review
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