Pollinators are vital to our wellbeing and the survival of nature. By helping plants reproduce, pollinators support a steady supply of healthy and economically valuable food for humans and prop up entire ecosystems. However, we are at risk of losing these benefits, and many others, with the ongoing and dramatic decline of pollinators witnessed around the world. This brief highlights the importance of pollinators for food production and nature, covering pollination of both crops and wild plants. It also explores the drivers of pollinator decline and actions to reverse it.
[button link=”http://boletinelbohio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/What-is-the-role-of-taxonomists-and-citizen-scientists-in-conserving-pollinators.mp4″ newwindow=”yes”] Click watch video, which presents interviews with pollinator, insect and citizen science monitoring experts, and highlights the important role of taxonomists in protecting pollinators. You tube: EU Environment[/button]
Video de you tube: EU Environment