Bees are dying all over the world. When bees are dying, we, too, die two years later. That is because 80% of all fruits and vegetables are pollinated by bees. Chemical weapons against their deseases are all over the marketplace. They help as long as the bees' delicate immune system can stand it, then they die anyway.
But there is a ray of hope. Stephan Braun has our future in his hands. He knows the reason of bees' global death and he knows what to do about it. The paradisiac Island of La Palma becomes the lieu of decision.