Bristol's Big Green Week - how you can help the bees
As part of Bristol's Big Green Week academic Dr Katherine Baldock will be looking at the value of encouraging urban pollinators .
The decline of bees and other pollinating insects is a pressing environmental and economic issue but the answer could lay in our back gardens and urban parks.
Academics from Bristol university are studying urban pollinators in towns and cities across the UK.
These insects, which are essential for pollination of many crops and fruits, are in decline but the researchers believe if we encourage them through planting the right flowering plants and flowers in cities we could help avert a wider environmental and economic crisis.
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Here Dr Baldock explains what they are doing and how we can help:
The project is being led by the University of Bristol and partners include the Universities of Leeds, Reading and Edinburgh, as well as local councils and Wildlife Trusts.