BeePathNet Reloaded

Enriching the Urban Jungle with Bees

01/06/2021 01/12/2022

Ongoing

BEE PATH good practice logic is very simple - bees are the best indicator of healthy environment! BeePathNet-Expanded project will widen the network of “bee-friendly cities” based on BeePathNet project transfer success. It will address urban environmental, biodiversity and food self-sufficiency challenges linked to urban beekeeping through integrated and participative approaches, build key stakeholders’ capacities to influence relevant policies, develop and implement efficient solutions.

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LEAD PARTNER : Ljubljana - Slovenia
  • Bergamo - Italy
  • Osijek - Croatia
  • Sosnowiec - Poland
  • Bansko - Bulgaria

Timeline

  • Kick-off meeting
  • Boot Camp in Ljubljana (SI)
  • Thematic Transfer meeting in Osijek (HR)

     
  • Thematic Transfer meeting in Bansko (BG)
  • Thematic Transfer meeting in Bergamo (IT)
  • Thematic Transfer meeting in Sosnowiec (PL)
  • Final Conference in Ljubljana (SI)
  • Read all about the achievements of the BeePathNet Reloaded network in our last newsletter

  • Final conference: EU cities – good for BEES is good for PEOPLE, a transformation into green sustainable cities and launch of Bee Path Cities network

     

    The final conference titled 'EU cities - good for BEES is good for PEOPLE, a transformation into green sustainable cities’ was the conclusion of the transfer of sustainable urban beekeeping knowledge from Ljubljana to nine EU cities (BeePathNet and BeePathNet Reloaded). The event that took place in Ljubljana (25th October 2022) joined residents of over 45 cities and 17 different countries worldwide either in person or virtually. It was also the official launch of the international network of Bee Path Cities – the movement that will continue to promote the vision of creating cities that are “good for pollinators and therefore good for people” beyond the project. Conference presentations and videos including the Philosophy of Bee Path Cities and guidelines for new cities to implement the movement are available on network web page.

     

    Final words of Maruška Markovčič Ljubljana BEE PATH’s initiator, the Queen Bee of urban beekeeping knowledge transfer and Bee Path Cities international network, from the City of Ljubljana:

    “I see this as a new beginning of new times!

    Everybody is a spokesperson. Take the Bee Path Cities Philosophy and invite cities to join.

    Thank you for swarming with us!”.

     

  • Good Practice Transfer - why not in MORE cities?

    When you find a formula that works, what can you do but repeat it! Meet the cities that were approved for the Second Wave of Transfer Networks.

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