Insects in decline: Pesticides killing off pollinators

Biologists warn that insects are vital for the entire food chain and their mass extinction will directly affect the future of humanity.

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    Protesters will gather in London in the coming hours to demand government action on the climate and the environment.

    This comes as researchers report a dramatic decline in the number of insects, with numbers halving every 25 years.

    Scientists say it's not too late to work on this, but it doesn't seem to be a government priority.

     

    Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from Sussex.


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