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Climate change is causing greater losses in bumblebee populations than pesticide applications, scientists have warned. In a study said to be the most comprehensive of its kind, researchers examined data on bumblebee populations across Europe and North America over the past 110 years. See also: NFU considers second neonicotinoid application Their findings – published in the journal Science – suggest global warming is rapidly reducing the areas in which bees are found across both continents. Many crops rely on bees […]
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