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Climate Change and Honey bees

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Climate change has had an adverse effect on pollinators. It has changed the distribution of many pollinating butterflies, bumblebees and other highly plant-dependent pollinators. These species pose a serious threat to the food supply chain worldwide. “When global warming occurs in different periods of the past two million years, the Earth takes about 5,000 years to heat up by 5 degrees. It is predicted that the warming rate in the next century will be at least 20 times faster,” NASA said. On this planet, they are very important insect species. But it is seriously affected by climate change. Bees are on the way to extinction due to climate change and some other factors such as habitat loss, pollution, and excessive use of pesticides, urbanization and land use change.
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Posted by on Oct 15 2018. Filed under Climate change, News at Now, News From Roots. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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