Bee pollinating a flower

Resilient Pollinators – Modelling landscapes for resilient pollination services

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Pollination services by insects, particularly bees and hoverflies, underpin millions of pounds of crop production within the UK.

Pollinator populations are under considerable pressure from a number of sources, including climate change, agricultural intensification and habitat loss. This project, involving a team of ecologists, economists and sociologists, explores the impacts of future scenarios on the resilience of pollinator natural capital, identify tipping points in service provision and assessing the feedbacks these have on economic and socio-cultural values.

Outputs from Resilient Pollinators

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