From Now On Bees and Trees Are Considered as Citizens in Costa Rica
Unusual bill has been launched in Costa Rica’s city which determines bees, trees, and other pollinators as citizens.
The City council of Curridabat city has launched a new bill which will protect nature pollinators from extinction. Curridabat city became a nature reserve in one decade thanks to innovative and protective measures taken by the city mayor Edgar More.
He paid attention to the connection between humans and nature and highlighted the importance of pollinators in his recent speech.
Since the pollinators such as trees, bees, hummingbirds, and bats play vitally important roles the Curridabat city decided to take all necessary measures in order to protect them from numerous anthropogenic factors that can call into question their existence.
Landscaping is considered an important part of the Curridabat life and the wellbeing of nature pollinators could transform a dull industrial landscape into something extremely beautiful.
Pollinators ensure the existence of the majority of food crops and without them, agriculture would face a tremendous crisis. Nature’s tiny servants like bees and insects are often neglected but their role is hard to underestimate.
The use of pesticides and nature pollution threaten the existence of many pollinators and agricultural land expansion doesn’t leave enough space for their balanced development.
Bees are one of the most important living species and their extinction could threaten the existence of humankind. The Bee population is reviving now due to the quarantine lockdown which was caused by the coronavirus pandemic. But these changes are only temporary and global measures need to be taken in order to prevent the massive extinction of pollinators.
Pollinators ensure nature’s existence and Curridabat’s project saves millions of little creatures from death.