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How to hire Alison Benjamin
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Alison Benjamin's official speaking topics include:
- A celebration of the 250 bee species in the UK, why they are so important, and why and how we can save them.
- A celebration of the 20,000 bee species globally, why they are so important, and why and how we can save them.
- How rewilding our towns and cities will improve biodiversity and make them more attractive places for people to live.
- Simple steps you can take at home to help bees, pollinators and other wildlife.The climate crisis and bees and food security.
“Alison is a fantastic educator and hugely passionate about the welfare of bees. Urban Bees’ entertaining and practical lunchtime sessions about how to help bees have proved extremely popular with our employees at all levels of the firm. It’s been a fantastic way to engage employees in sustainability issues. Many of us have planted their bee-friendly wildflower seed mix at home with great results. We've really enjoyed learning how to identify different bee species on our London office roof terrace and the flowers the bees are visiting. Employees also appreciate why Weil has transformed its roof terrace to provide food and lodging for wild bees. And pupils from one of our partner primary schools have come into the office to make bee-hotels and go on a rooftop bee safari with Urban Bees. It's an experience they say they'll never forget!”- Robert, London at Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP