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Extra Information: Bees in the UK are in decline and their presence is vital for all ecosystems. Green roof bus stops would give not just bees but many pollinators an opportunity to practice pollination and would hopefully see a rise in their numbers around campus. Not only are these bus stops great for bees but they also improve air quality, capture fine dust and store rainwater. As there are many buses constantly sat at the bus station, improving air quality in this area would be beneficial for student health. Green-roof bus stops are very low maintenance and therefore a positive for both bees and students.

Actions Taken

  • This idea opened on 5 April 2020 and closed for voting on 1 May 2020.
  • This Idea scored a 3rd which means it's not a priority for the time being.

  • This idea has passed through the Executive and Student Council and will go to the Trustee Board to be scrutinised.

  • April 2021: The Sustainability Officer has taken this idea to feed into the Sustainablity Committee's ongoing work on introducing green walls or roofs on UWE campuses.


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