Gallery: British Supermarket Installs Bee Hotels

 
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Everyone wants to help save the bees –  even British supermarket chain Sainsbury’s, who will be installing eight bee “hotels” on the land around its Gloucestershire supermarket. You may remember that this particular location is super green already with a rainwater collection system, tons of energy efficient technology, daylighting and a kinetic energy recovery system in the parking lot. Since the Sainsbury store is located in one of the more important growing regions in the UK, the store hopes that providing a home for the bees will help with local pollination.

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