City Bees: "Bee Saving Paper [video]" Film by Saatchi & Saatchi Warsaw

City Bees Film Bee Saving Paper [video] by Saatchi & Saatchi Warsaw

The Film titled Bee Saving Paper [video] was done by Saatchi & Saatchi Warsaw advertising agency for City Bees in Poland. It was released in Mar 2018.

Bee Saving Paper [video]

Brand:City Bees
Agency:Saatchi & Saatchi Warsaw
Industry:Environmental & Animal Issues
Released:March 2018

Credits & Description

Category: Public Interest, NGO
Media: Design
Brand: City Bees
Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi
Geo: Poland
Advertising Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi IS, Warsaw, Poland
Published: March 2018
Bees and other pollinating insects are thought to be responsible for keeping 90% of all wild plants in existence. The pollination “services” provided by bees are estimated to have a global economic value of €150 billion. Unfortunately, bee numbers are declining. In fact, in Poland 222 out of 469 species are already on the verge of the extinction. The potential absence of bees poses a great risk not only to the economy but also to human prosperity.
This dramatic decline is a result of multiple factors, including the extensive use of pesticides, rapid industrialisation and unprecedented urban development. All this makes bees have to fly much further in search of the plants they need. Long distances exhaust them. As a result, many of them lack the energy to survive, and they end up on the ground, dying.
To help bees, Saatchi & Saatchi IS Warsaw have teamed up with City Bees, an organization that encourages a passion for bees in urban communities, to launch Bee Saving Paper – a unique project that aims to promote an innovative, biodegradable material that can be used for many purposes and works like an energy drink for bees.
Bee Saving Paper has been developed thanks to close cooperation between many professionals, including entomology experts and paper craftsmen. It contains a unique form of energy-rich glucose and honey plant seeds, and is covered in water-based UV paint which is applied in patterns that are seen by bees as a meadow full of pollen.