An overseen risk for global peace: The Pollinator-Loss Syndrome

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87% of all flowering plants need pollinators to regenerate and to adapt to climate change. If we lose pollinators, we lose plants and all ecosystem services these plants provide. Such decline causes interlinked environmental degradation spirals causing social and economic degradation tremendously affecting the basis of our wellbeing and our economy. Humans can unwillingly deteriorate the situation by counterproductive responses. Understand the situation, watch this 5-minutes video!

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Language
English

Length
5:40 minutes

Date of publication
2021

Country
Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Palestinian National Authority, Turkey

Project

Conservation of pollinator diversity for enhanced climate change resilience

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