Rooftop farming was born out of the green-roof movement, in which building owners partially or completely cover roofs with vegetation atop special waterproof membranes. Green roofs use plants and flowers to provide insulation, create a habitat for local wildlife, help control runoff, put more oxygen into the atmosphere—and provide a welcome, verdant break from urban drabness.
Our Voice: Share your space with bees Springfield News-Leader Bees are definitely needed. Without them, the trees and flowers — not to mention the vegetable gardens — would not bloom, and we would have no honey for our tea.
Several parasites and pathogens that devastate honeybees in Europe, Asia and the United States are spreading across East Africa, but do not appear to be impacting native honeybee populations at this time, according to an international team of...
... in so many ways Ask today’s young Africans what they plan to do for a living when they grow up and the answer is not that likely to be as simple as lawyer, doctor, or architect. They can’t afford to put all their eggs in one basket as, say, a chicken farmer or a…
Greenpeace International (blog) The Bees' Burden: why bees need our help and we need the help of bees Greenpeace International (blog) Bees are considered to be the “queens of biodiversity” but bee populations continue to decline as a result of a...
A rapidly mutating virus has leaped from plants to honeybees, where it is reproducing and contributing to the collapse of colonies vital to the multibillion-dollar agricultural industry, according to a new study.
A coalition of more than 60 organizations has launched a national media campaign to bring attention to the severity of the decline in bees and other pollinators due to the use of bee-harming pesticides.
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