UEA London Lectures 2018 - What can be done to save the bees?
Thursday 26 April 2018, 6:30pm
Regent Street Cinema, London
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Thursday 26 April, 6.30pm
UEA London Lectures 2018
What can be done to save the bees?
Dr Lynn Dicks, UEA School of Biological Sciences
Regent Street Cinema, 309 Regent Street, London, W1B 2UW
Pollinator decline is one of the most well-known environmental issues of today. Everyone knows that bees are in trouble, and with governments all over the world signing up to protect pollinators, there couldn’t be a better time to define strategic actions. In this talk, Dr Lynn Dicks will examine the scientific understanding of pollinator decline and set out a plan for supporting pollinators globally.
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