The abundance, diversity and health of pollinators and the provision of pollination service are threatened by direct drivers which generate risks to societies and ecosystems. According to the Intergovernmental Science Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES 2016), threats include land use change, intensive agricultural management and pesticide use, environmental pollution, invasive alien species, pathogens and climate change. We need to arguee about choices to reduce the risks associated with pollinator decline, as well as to lead long-term changes that benefit them.
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