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Wild pollinators are the core of our ecosystems. It is estimated that 84% of EU crop species and 78% of wildflowers rely on insect pollination. Land-use change, intensive agricultural management, pesticide use, environmental pollution, invasive alien species, pathogens and climate change are causing dramatical reduction of wild pollinators.

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Pollination is one of the most important mechanisms in the maintenance and promotion of biodiversity and, in general, life on Earth. Pollinators are not only responsible for pollinating the economically beneficial plants, but they are the ones who guarantee the reproduction of thousands of insect-pollinated plants that are essential components of natural habitats. Many ecosystems depend on pollinator diversity to maintain overall biological diversity.

Photo by Laura Bortolotti

Celebrating World Bee Day 2020 we invite you to join the project LIFE4POLLINATORS on the social media and help us to protect wild bees and other pollinators in Mediterranean. Why? Because we need POLLINATORS FOR LIFE – pollinating over 80 % of the EU crop species and majority of plants in natural ecosystems, they strongly determine our survival and well-being.
Photo by Laura Bortolotti