b"Greenhouse Gas Emissions SAVE the BEEClimate change is upon us. By tracking GloryBee'sSCOPE 1Direct Inspiring positive change to ensureenergy and fuel consumption we strive to get athe future of honey bees.better handle on our carbon footprint, which then2018 2019 2020allows us to consider the ways we might shrink it. 1,201 1,208 1,052 In 2020, GloryBees SAVE the BEE Initiative crossed the half million mark in contributions to Oregon State Like many businesses, GloryBees greenhouse gasDirect emissions from onsite fuel combustion andUniversitys Honey Bee Lab!emissions were down across the board in 2020.fuel consumption by GloryBees fleet.Still, our trackable emissions generated 1,346Dr. Priya Chakrabarti Basu spent the spring and summer metric tons of CO , the equivalent of the annualSCOPE 2Indirect of 2020 in fields of flowering bee forage, documentingOUR PLANETOUR PLANET2 bee visitations on various seed mixes and testing the energy use of 162 homes for one year. It would take 1,649 acres of US forests a year to sequester that2018 2019 2020 nutritional composition of plant pollens. Her research carbon! explores the importance of micronutrients to honey bee 190 189 166 health, and the impacts of pesticides on bee physiology What we have not captured in our Scope 3, inIndirect emissions from the generation of theand colony health.addition to all the energy associated with theelectricity purchased by GloryBee.ingredients we sell, are the hidden costs of remoteFind out more about Dr. Chakrabarti's research atwork. Researchers have found that an hour of high- SCOPE 3Indirect honeybeelab.oregonstate.edu.definition video streaming can create a pound of Read more about GloryBees SAVE the BEE Initiative at CO 2emissions. 2018 2019 2020 savethebee.org.All emissions are reported in metric tons of CO 2 385 349 128 Dr. Priya Chakrabarti Basu, OSU Honey Bee Labequivalents (MTCO2e). Emissions from sources not owned by GloryBee, like employee commuting and business travel.18GLORYBEE.COM 2020 SUSTAINABILITY REPORT19"