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#1 2020-08-18 19:16:50

JohnnieKed
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The first Difference Day was in 2019

Host in Ireland controls the sub venture “DC’s for Bees” which wants to help save Ireland’s declining bee population.
The people of this industry are looking to make a difference.
This initiative gives them the opportunity to not only make an individual difference but the tools to educate, advocate, create awareness, and take action.
Recently, the key ambassadors of DC’s for Bees met for an online call to discuss a number of key issues to do with bee protection.
The need to protect bees and their purpose is integral to our survival on the planet.
Bee pollination contributes to 70% of the world’s crops.
The success of our species is dependent on theirs.
We are set to lose almost 90% of our bumblebees in Ireland by 2050 at the current rate of decline.
Last year alone they were down by 24% on the previous year.

There are 98 species of bee in Ireland; nearly one third are threatened with extinction

What’s more, bees and butterflies are an indicator of the general health of the 11,400 species of insects who not only impact pollination but also pest control and decomposition that returns vital nutrients to the soil.
In terms of the phone call, .

The ambassadors spoke at length about the DC’s for Bees Pollinator Plan

DC’s for Bees : Pollinator Plan Host in Ireland created their shared objectives of action through The DC’S for Bees Pollinator Plan, its 30 partners from the data centre industry, and the wider industry.
They have pledged to deliver on pollinator-friendly actions to make Ireland more pollinator-friendly and ensure the survival of our pollinators for future generations.
This plan is focused on actions that any business in the data industry can take, from the smallest supplier to the largest data landowners.
It aims to create awareness of what individuals and businesses can do, and drive real action that can help to reduce, stall, or even reverse the extinction of our bees.
The plan went into detail about the specific business opportunities and benefits of coming together as a community.
As well as helping to fight one of the greatest threats, not only to bees but to the entire planet, there are numerous benefits to coming together as an industry for this initiative:    Create a greater purpose for the industry, to which every business within it can align.
Act as an exemplar for other industries to follow suit and make a real difference.
Help to attract new talent to the industry, who are looking for a greater purpose to their working life.
Bring the industry together in a way that has never been done before – because it’s good to connect.

Help businesses to create and supplement a meaningful CSR programme

This programme can be a blueprint you can roll out for your business to make an even bigger impact and engage your employees in a meaningful way.
It’s also an opportunity, if you are a regional outfit, to communicate a success story to the rest of your business.
Two-phase approach Host in Ireland has brought the data centre industry together to develop a two-phase approach to make a lasting difference.
Phase 1: Difference Days Host in Ireland creates opportunities for partners and people in the industry to create a lasting difference through the DC’s for Bees initiative.
The first Difference Day was in 2019, when 100 people from the data centre industry came together to work alongside the Native Woodland Trust to change a part of our landscape permanently and for the better.
100 people planted 2,000 trees covering two acres.

More planting days are planned in 2020

Phase 2: Long-term positive impact Host in Ireland has ensured that  The DC’s for Bees Pollinator Plan is backed by the National Biodiversity Data Centre, which has been developed specifically for the data centre industry and includes a toolkit of pollinator-friendly actions to make Ireland more pollinator-friendly and ensure the survival of our pollinators for future generations.
For more information go to the website: https://www.hostinireland.com/post/dc-s-for-bees-initiative-launched-by-host-in-ireland-industry-partners  More about Irish Tech News and Business Showcase here.

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