Asian Tour players try on beekeeping suits to bring attention to Sentosa's bee population. Photo: Courtesy of Sentosa Golf Club
Sentosa Golf Club is buzzing. And that applies in every sense of the word. Aside from capturing an array of honours for hosting prestigious championships, the club in Singapore has been an out-and-out winner on the ecology front. Here, its strength lies in helping to replenish the bee population at a time when these insects have been declared, “the most important living beings on this planet.”
Photo: Courtesy of Sentosa Golf Club
No less an expert than Albert Einstein was alleged to have said, "If the bee disappears off the surface of the globe, man would have only four years to live.” Though, thankfully, there is no evidence as yet to prove that point, it is a fact that 75 percent of the world’s food depends exclusively on bees. No less interesting at the moment is how they are the only living creatures who do not carry any type of pathogen.
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