Remember a time when the air was filled with birds and bees, and colorful fruit grew on the trees? Has that world disappeared altogether, or did you just stop noticing the change? Don’t worry, a virtual visit to the instructive Pollinator Park will make you realize you can’t turn a blind eye to that change.
Pollinator Park is an EU initiative launched very recently. It was designed in collaboration with world-renowned Belgian archibiotect, Vincent Callebaut. The Pollinator Park aims to raise awareness among both young and old about the decline of pollinators around the world and then mobilize them worldwide to address it. People need to help prevent this future reality. The first step to preventing this is by reading and learning about nature and pollination crises, and that’s where the Pollinator Park comes in handy.
The Pollinator Park of Dr. Beatrice Kukac teaches you about the possible dystopian future of Europe in the year 2050. The park itself is a safe haven for pollinators and an eye-opening experience for visitors. There they can try out pollination themselves, shop in a world without pollinators, rediscover the beauty and perfection of nature and discover how to protect the last remaining pollinators.
Below you can already see the trailer of the innovative project.