(ANSA) – NAPLES, 19 MAR – A house for bees in the buildings built with Ecobonus funds. It happens in Naples where Coldiretti and Casartigiani have signed an agreement to unite the intentions of the building contractors, engaged in Ecobonus programs and of the farmers involved in environmental recovery, to achieve what is already a reality in the city of Brighton, in Great Britain: to invite companies to to use in the construction of new buildings, above 5 meters, the “bee bricks” or “bee bricks”, special hollow bricks that can provide a nesting and hibernation space for solitary bees.
The agreement aims to simultaneously promote the new eco-sustainable laws in the construction sector and protect the population of solitary bees, to avoid the risk of extinction of the species.
The cities of Brighton and Hove, after noticing that bees are attracted to old buildings and crumbling bricks, have decided to implement this idea by turning it into law, to offer more “urban space ‘” to the precious pollinating insects.
Coldiretti Napoli and Casartigiani Edili Napoli become promoters of a similar initiative in conjunction with the Ecobonus interventions, where a meeting with the mayor, Gaetano Manfredi, in the coming days will see the proposal formalized.
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