A Reason To Worry

Without bugs and tiny little critters, we are screwed.

An image of a bee on a flower.
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Insects are declining rapidly — here’s why that needs to change.

What’s causing the sharp decline in beneficial insects? Their populations are declining dramatically in most parts of the world and recent studies show human actions are to blame. Researchers say many factors including habitat loss, monoculture farming, deforestation, and illegal use of

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