An expert's argument against beehives in cities features in today's Dezeen Agenda newsletter
The first edition of our Dezeen Agenda newsletter features honeybee specialist Paula Carnell, who says that putting beehives in cities is "very dangerous to other pollinators".
Bee expert Carnell told Dezeen that efforts to put beehives in cities actually harms native pollinators such as solitary bees and bumblebees.
Architects should include wild areas in their projects, plant trees in the ground rather than in pots and discourage urban beekeeping to encourage biodiversity, she says.
Other stories in this week's newsletter include MVRDV defending its Marble Arch Mound project, news about Christo and Jeanne-Claude's final project and an opinion piece about the destruction of Breuer's Geller house.
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