Sunday, 28 February 2016

Unprecedented Scientific Report Says Bees And Other Pollinators Are in Dire Need of Help

The Washington Post

Beekeepers at Fort Whyte Centre, 
Winnipeg, MB. PinP photo.

Until now, most assessments of pollinator health have been conducted on a regional basis, focusing on certain countries or parts of the world. But this week, a United Nations organization has released the first-ever global assessment of pollinators, highlighting their importance for worldwide food and nutrition, describing the threats they currently face and outlining strategies to protect them. Story here.

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