Pollinators’ Decline Threatens To Lower Agricultural Outputs, U.N. Science Body Says

Agence France-Presse: Decline of bees, other pollinators, threatens crop output: U.N. body
“Many species of bees, butterflies, and other creatures that are vital to agricultural pollination are threatened with extinction, posing risks to major world crops and global biodiversity, a U.N. body said Friday. … The problem facing policymakers is that scientists remain unsure exactly which factors are the biggest drivers…” (2/25).

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