Pollination is essential for life on Earth.

Without pollinators - bees, butterflies, moths and other bugs, we'd lose more than 70% of all food crops.


But our pollinators do more than just protect food security. Pollination provides added benefits to our ecosystems by encouraging natural biodiversity, the removal of carbon from the atmosphere (from increased plant growth) and maximising nutritional quality.

Yet, pollinator numbers are declining globally. Record numbers of bees are dying as a result of:

  • Climate change;

  • Intensive agriculture;

  • Infectious diseases.

Early detection of changes can lead to quicker treatment.​ And quicker treatment leads to healthier pollinator numbers.

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