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Insect decline could be 'catastrophic' across the globe

A new study reveals the number of insects around the world are declining, a decline researchers say could be “catastrophic.”
USATODAY.com - Published

Global insect decline may see 'plague of pests'

global insect decline may see 'plague of pests'
Houseflies and cockroaches will thrive as bees, butterflies and beetles decline, says a new analysis.
BBC News - Published

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A new study reveals the number of insects around the world are declining, a decline researchers say could be “catastrophic.”

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Insect decline could cause 'collapse' of nature - study

Human activity is causing dramatic declines in insects which could see 40% of species become extinct in a few decades, a scientific study has warned.
RTE.ie - Published

Everything is Dropping – Massive Insect Decline Calls for a More Conscious Approach to Pest Control

As the daughter of an Entomologist, Kari Warberg Block, CEO/Founder of EarthKind®, Gets Why we have to Protect Our Insects – She Built her 10-million Business Around the Concept BISMARCK, N.D...
PRWeb - Published

Light Pollution A Reason For Insect Decline

Climate change, pesticides and land use changes alone cannot fully explain the decline in insect populations in Germany. Scientists from the Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries..
Eurasia Review - Published Also reported by •Science Daily

Scientists urge action against insect decline

Scientists have come to Brussels to warn policymakers of the negative impact of pesticides on bees as the Commission prepares to proposer a full ban on neonicotinoids.
EurActiv - Published

Environmentalists call for pesticide ban as study shows extent of insect decline

Scientists have raised the alarm after a study 27 years in the making found the biomass of flying insects in nature protected areas has declined by more than 75% since 1990. The causes of the decline..
EurActiv - Published

Where's the buzz? German study finds dramatic insect decline

BERLIN (AP) — The number of flying insects in Germany has been dropping at an "alarming" rate that could signal serious trouble for ecosystems and food chains in the future, scientists say. According..
SeattlePI.com - Published Also reported by •WorldNewsFOXNews.comSeattle Times

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