Are we facing an insect apocalypse

Insect population collapse: Overuse of land, resources, and global warming are pushing insect ecosystems towards collapse.

An alarming link: The study, compiled by a team of top scientists, identifies for the first time a clear.

Worrying decline: In places where those impacts are especially high, insect abundance has already dropped by a worryingly.

A vital role: Insects play a vital role in ecosystems, and the climate crisis is exponentially pushing important ecosystems.

Pollinators: Insects in all their buzzing, crawling, and hovering glory pollinate and help food production. 

Essential to the ecosystem: Although they appear small and insignificant, insects are an essential cog in the ecosystem machine. 

An impending crisis: In a 2019 interview with CNN, David Goulson, a professor of biology at the University of Sussex.

No insects, no food: Overall, notes National Geographic, one out of every three bites of food humans eat relies.

Concerns: Charlotte Outhwaite, the lead author of the study and researcher at the University College London.

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