Today’s Solutions: August 19, 2022

Bees of the world are in trouble—their habitats are being endangered by development, and their health is greatly impacted by pesticides. To raise awareness about the declining population of the world’s bees Dutch artist AnneMarie van Splunter has designed the Buzzbench, a bench that doubles as a bee habitat. The bench will be installed in parks and let patrons understand how vital bees are for our lives. Splunter is currently looking for funding, and if successful will install the first bench in Amstelpark, Amsterdam.

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