Bees, Honey & Collaborative Rooftops

Among the various projects Raxa Collective asked of its Design Team of interns the last few months, one key idea was how to make a rooftop more green.  A future post by Rania will show some of the recommendations, but for now this article (click the headline image to the left to go to the source):

Caroline Birchall, founder of the Bee Collective, works at Natural England on landscape ecology in the capital. She says there is a huge amount of green infrastructure such as green roofs and rain gardens, which enable water to be absorbed rather than run off, that is being put in place to combat climate change and which could be made more suitable for bees and other pollinators.

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