Oasis 3Bee: what they are, what they are for and the benefits

    Oasis 3Bee: what they are, what they are for and the benefits

    Discover 3Bee's Biodiversity Oases: urban and agroforestry habitats that promote environmental conservation. Thanks to 3Bee technology, Oases connect nature and business, offering a range of benefits. Join the change and adopt an Oasis to protect biodiversity.

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    22/06/2023Of Elena Fraccaro
    22/06/2023Of Elena Fraccaro

    What are 3Bee's Biodiversity Oases

    The esg/le-oasi-business/" target="_blank">Oases of Biodiversity represent the most comprehensive conservation and biodiversity regeneration service structured by 3Bee. Oases are urban and agroforestry habitats: refuges for pollinators and native flora, certified places with a traceable impact. In the Oasis, companies can support, monitor and study the pollinators, contributing to nectar production and the absorption of CO2. This is an opportunity for those whose business has already started a path in the field of sustainability and would like to consolidate it with an additional piece.

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    Biodiversity Oasis: not only physical, but also digital

    3Bee's Oases of Biodiversity are not only physical places that contribute to the largest research and study project on biodiversity and pollinating insects. 3Bee's Oases of Biodiversity are also digital: via IoT technology, data from realised projects flow into the virtual oasis, which is accessible to employees, customers, users and stakeholders (to all company information systems via API). In this way, anyone will be able to monitor in real time the company's Biodiversity Oasis and stay updated on its impact.


    3Bee Biodiversity Oasis: the benefits of adoption

    The advantages of adopting a Oasis of Biodiversity are manifold: guardian companies become true protagonists of sustainability and environmental conservation, with important benefits in terms of positioning. Furthermore, you can organise guided experiences for your employees, allowing them to directly experience the positive effect of their actions and connect with nature. Not only employer branding, but also tracked and transparent monitored data that companies can communicate and include within their sustainability report.

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    How to adopt a Biodiversity Oasis with 3Bee

    The process of adopting a Biodiversity Oasis is simple: it starts with an initial consultation to understand the needs and objectives of the company. Next, we continue with the development of a customised project that includes the Oasis' management specifications as well as impact monitoring. Impact monitoring - made possible by 3Bee technology - includes the collection of biodiversity data, air quality monitoring and analysis of the impact of actions undertaken. These data make it possible to assess the effectiveness of the oasis and make any improvements, but they can also be included in the sustainability report.

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    3Bee Oases: technology for biodiversity

    Every 3Bee project has a real impact on the earth and biodiversity. Our mission is to connect nature with technology and make a difference for the environment and biodiversity through the contribution of a community of citizens, organisations and businesses that become active participants in change. Thanks to technology, in 3Bee's Biodiversity Oases it is possible to support honey bees, study osmias and absorb CO2. esg/alveare-aziendale/" target="_blank">Biomonitoring Beehives, equipped with sensors to study biodiversity, esg/bosco-aziendale/" target="_blank">nectar forests that provide nectar for pollinators and create a balanced habitat, but also esg/rifugi-aziendali/" target="_blank">technological shelters for the protection of wild pollinators and air quality monitoring. Are you a company committed to sustainability and interested in discovering a new regeneration project? Contact us and start your journey towards biodiversity protection.

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    22/06/2023Of Elena Fraccaro
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