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Leicester is turning all of its bus stops into green roof pollinator gardens for bees
by Arnesia Young
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20 July 2021
On 20 July 2021 My Modern Met reported:
As the world's population of bees continues to decline at alarming rates, many are looking for solutions as to how to protect these vital creatures. The UK city of Leicester has a plan of its own in the works. They have begun to replace their traditional bus stops with what they're calling Living Roof bus shelters -- fondly nicknamed 'Bee Bus Stops.' Their green roofs will be solar-powered and topped with pollinator gardens to attract bees and other pollinating insects.
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