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Battle over #glyphosate  shifts to the environmental front "Killing unwanted plants across vast swathes of agricultural land has a devastating knock-on effect on pollinators such as bees and butterflies."

First EU action plan for restoring key habitat for wild pollinators! Dry grasslands are one of the most species-rich & most threatened European habitat - of vital importance for wild bees, butterflies, moths. More on protecting biodiversity: #EUPollinators 

Aroma, heat and hostage-taking are just a few of the seduction techniques plants use to attract their pollinators. Find out more about these fascinating tricks 👉

Please support our efforts to protect honeybees and all pollinators! #boycottbayer 

The ants, #bees , wasps, horntails and sawflies are all in the order Hymenoptera. #pollinators 

Want to help the bees? Plant flowers, trees, and shrubs that attract pollinatorsTheOrganicView#saveourbees 

All over the world #bees  & other pollinators are dying from systemic pesticides called #neonicotinoids  TheOrgancView

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Bees are vital to the environment and are important pollinators - a third of the human diet is from plants that are pollinated by insects. A fantastic initiative by .

1️⃣/3️⃣ of the world’s food production depends on bees 🐝🐝 But they are increasingly under threat from human activities. On #WorldBeeDay , let’s celebrate the G.O.A.T. of pollinators by working to protect them & their habitats.

Monday is #WorldBeeDay ! 🐝 A world without pollinators would be a world without food diversity. Key facts from @UNDP :

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#BeatAirPollution for #WorldBeeDay  Bees🐝🐝 rely on their sense of smell to identify different flowers, making them effective pollinators. But air pollution can mask scent molecules from plants, which means bees need to forage longer & become less effective pollinators.

Using their flowers as ears, some plants can hear the sounds of animal pollinators. They react by rapidly sweetening their nectar to make it more enticing.

Not only have these insecticides been linked to dramatic declines in bees and other pollinators, they’ve also affected insect-eating birds and bats

Not only have these insecticides been linked to dramatic declines in bees and other pollinators, they’ve also affected insect-eating birds and bats

Here at last - the Titan Arum or 'corpse flower' has bloomed in the Princess of Wales Conservatory. Its 3m tall and it's tuber weighs 118kg – our biggest yet! It has one of the foulest odours in the plant kingdom (which attracts pollinators), but will only last for 48 hours...

Sunday is the 1st-ever #WorldBeeDay ! 🐝 A world without pollinators would be a world without food diversity. Key facts from here:

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Not only have these insecticides been linked to dramatic declines in bees and other pollinators, they’ve also affected insect-eating birds and bats

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