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Primary Threats to Bees + 10 ways to save them [Visuals]

Primary Threats + 10 Ways to Save the Bees [Visuals] | ecogreenlove

Scientific studies have linked the use of pesticides containing the chemical thiamethoxam to the falling numbers of honeybees, wild bees and other animals which pollinate plants.

Insects play a vital role in the food chain – with around a third of the food we eat relying on pollination mainly by bees.

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The Pollination Services of Forests [Infographic]

The Pollination Services of Forests [Infographic] | ecogreenlove

This infographic highlights the importance, at the forest and landscape scales, of employing pollination-friendly management practices with recommendation on measures for maintaining pollinator in forests and landscapes.

It aims at raising awareness among stakeholders about the benefits of pollinators and beneficial practices that help to enhance pollination services across agricultural sectors.

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Eco-Friendly Gardening Checklist [Infographic]

Eco-Friendly Gardening Checklist [Infographic] | ecogreenlove

Creating your own garden is a great way to help the environment in a natural way. These tips provided can help make your garden even more environment friendly in multiple ways.

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Gardening for Climate Change [Visual]

Gardening for Climate Change [Visual] | ecogreenlove

Have you noticed that spring is coming earlier, that plants are blooming at odd times, or that rains are more intense? If so, it’s likely you’re witnessing the first stages of climate change – and how we plan and manage our gardens will have to change. More and more scientists agree that we’re locked into a global temperature increase of 2 degrees Celsius, which is a number we’re told we can’t cross in order to maintain our planet’s equilibrium.

Your garden can make a significant difference in the fight against climate change. We can use trees, shrubs, and vines to shade our homes and reduce energy use while sequestering carbon from the air. The plants we choose can be composed largely of natives, which are genetically hardwired to tackle local weather extremes. And lawn-reducing planting beds that are thick and lush, just like we’d see in nature, make added contributions to minimizing carbon footprints while providing essential habitat for diverse wildlife.

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