Skip navigation
6comments
Share conversation: Share via:

Judith Julius

Aug 13, 2017
09:22

Member


1 |
Share via:

Its good proposal, good idea which is economic and environmental concern.


Hilder Gasto

Aug 13, 2017
10:15

Member


2 |
Share via:

Nice proposal with good ideas economically and environmental 


Misayo Nawita

Aug 13, 2017
02:34

Member


3 |
Share via:

Its a good proposal


Ridwan D. Rusli

Aug 16, 2017
10:00

Catalyst


4 |
Share via:

Interesting. You need to define what your objectives are and how to prioritize them. While the (main) goal may be to give communities environmentally-friendly (beneficial) alternative income sources, you need to think about which other consequences may arise out of this shift from forest/tree cutting to bee farming. One is how/where will their energy supply change? Will that entail additional energy costs for them, which diminishes the income they may get from the honey? etc.


Olawale Olaniyan

Aug 18, 2017
10:34

Fellow


5 |
Share via:

Dear ALOHEN,

Thanks for bringing up the idea of beekeeping. Your objectives were well justified from the perspective which you described in your proposal. Meanwhile, I believe that your proposal will gain more points if you could buttress it a little bit more concerning the environmental impact.

Much was explained about the expected economic benefits of your project but more clarification can still be included with regard to how this proposed 2000 beehives and the tree planting activities associated with it could help in mitigating climate change. 

Best wishes,

Olawale


Julie Barry

Aug 24, 2017
12:40

Catalyst


6 |
Share via:

Great idea as bees are becoming even more endangered due to climate change. Beekeeping should be encouraged to help with bee survival. This article in Science may be of interest. http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2015/07/bumble-bees-being-crushed-climate-change

Best of luck.

Julie