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Establish pollinator gardens to enhance biodiversity and support pollinator communities in Cyprus.
The project deals with the impacts of climate change on the biodiversity of terrestrial ecosystems (flora and fauna) of this island in the Eastern Mediterranean.
An Environmental Task Force of individual ROTARY and ROTARACT clubs and members, as well as of individuals and organizations ready to participate will manage the project.
We will join the ROTARY “Operation Pollination” and will seek partnership with other NGOs, municipalities, schools and the Environmental Ministry in Cyprus.
The next steps will involve the active involvement of individuals, schools, municipalities and districts in planning and implementing pollinator gardens or –if possible- pollinator parks throughout the island.
We will secure the involvement of individuals, schools and organizations in ensuring the maintenance and continuous developments of the gardens and parks. This will include monitoring the use of these facilities by pollinators in order to measure the success of our project on an island-wide basis.
23 February 2021
Nicosia Sarayonu, Cyprus (Rotary Club)Nicosia - Lefkothea, Cyprus (Rotary Club)Paphos-Aphrodite, Cyprus (Rotary Club)Nicosia Salamis, Cyprus (Rotary Club)Nicosia Aspelia, Cyprus (Rotaract Club)Nicosia-Lefkothea, Cyprus (Rotaract Club)Limassol, Cyprus (Rotary Club)Famagusta, Cyprus (Rotary Club)Nicosia-Ledra, Cyprus (Rotary Club)Kyrenia Cosmopolitan, Cyprus (Rotary Club)Nicosia, Cyprus (Rotary Club)University of Nicosia, Cyprus (Rotaract Club)Kyrenia, Cyprus (Rotary Club)Nicosia, Cyprus (Rotaract Club)Nicosia-Aspelia, Cyprus (Rotary Club)
Dr. Manfred A. Lange, Nicosia-Aspelia | contact
Pollinators CyprusClimate Change CyprusBiodiversity Cyprus
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