This is a strategic intervention to enable corridors of pollinator friendly green infrastructure. These NBS link areas, new and existing to create sustainable systems of food sources for pollinators. These include areas of grassland close to highways or on neglected land that are sown with wildflowers and ecologically chosen species to encourage pollinating insects, increase biodiversity and create a sense of place and social cohesion.
The NBS don’t create important modifications in the environment.
Pollinator verges can actually save money through reduced maintenance costs, including less labour and lower spending on chemicals. Increased pollination can also increase agricultural yield, leading to higher profits in for urban agriculture and in peri-urban areas.