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PUBLIC LECTURE – The Bee’s Needs: How to Save the World’s Pollinators
14 March, 2018 at 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm
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The Bee’s Needs: How to Save the World’s Pollinators
Wednesday 14 March, 19:30-20:45
Location: G11, Henley Business School, Whiteknights campus
This event is free to attend.
Registration in advance is not required, but is recommended as public lectures are often full. Click here to book your place >
Bees and other insects are crucially important, helping pollinate crops and support our wild ecosystems. The University of Reading is at the forefront of research into the decline of insect pollinators and understanding how valuable they are for crop production.
The lecture will outline current evidence on the status of pollinating insects in the UK and across the globe. The crucial role pollinators play for crop production will be explored as well as ways we can help protect these iconic species for the important role they have providing vital ecosystem services.
Dr Mike Garratt, a Senior Research Fellow in the School of Agriculture Policy and Development, will present the latest research on pollinators and what we can do to help protect them.