Biodegradable paper protects declining bee populations

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Pollination is necessary for plant reproduction and we rely on bees as pollinators for crop plants, including fruits and vegetables. However, multiple factors are causing bee populations to decline. For example, the increasing use of pesticides and the loss of habitat due to industrialisation. As a result of these changes, bees are travelling longer distances to search for plants, leading to exhaustion and death. A new innovation to help save the declining bee population is a biodegradable paper that provides energy to bees. Bee Saving Paper is a project by Saatchi & Saatchi IS Warsaw in collaboration with City Bees.…

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