Reversing Insect Pollinator Decline

Published Thursday, September 12, 2013

Pollination by insects enables the reproduction of flowering plants and is critical to UK agriculture. Insect pollinators have declined globally, with implications for food security and wild habitats. This POSTnote summarises the causes for the recent trends, gaps in knowledge and possible strategies for reversing pollinator decline.

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Pollination by insects enables the reproduction of flowering plants and is critical to UK agriculture.1 Insect pollinators have declined globally, with implications for food security and wild habitats. This POSTnote summarises the causes for the recent trends, gaps in knowledge and possible strategies for reversing pollinator decline.

POSTnotes POST-PN-442

Author: Jonathan Wentworth

Topics: Agriculture and environment, Biodiversity, Common Agricultural Policy

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