From neonics to parasites, pollinators are under assault. New methods of farming to preserve biodiversity may be needed

Of all the environmental issues we face, the fate of our bees seems to have resonated most with the public. In the UK visitors to the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew are getting a dramatic insight into the importance of bees when they step inside a multi-sensory 17-metre high aluminium...

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