26 Jun '15, 1pm

World's first "bee highway" to protect Oslo pollinators:

Bees in the capital city of Norway now have their own ‘highway’ thanks to a pioneering initiative by environmentalists protecting urban bees. Concerted efforts to sprout pollinator-friendly plants on rooftops, balconies and in gardens throughout Oslo give bees a safe space to proliferate without having to overcome pesticides and other human-caused curve balls that have decimated global bee populations. Headed by Bybi , the project has captured the attention of private individuals, businesses and various state bodies, who can map their section of highway

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/worlds-first-bee-highway-protects-en...

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