Shift focus to farmers' knowledge on pollinators

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The 5-minutes video informs on the lack of farmers’ knowledge on pollinators and the need for capacity building as farmers are the decision makers on their land. Better land management requires more knowledgeable farmers on wild pollinators and their habitat requirements. In the Anthropocene, humans have the biggest impacts on biodiversity, therefore pollinator-protection must address humans’ minds, not only plant-pollinator-networks.

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Language
English

Length
5:02 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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