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Bees pollinate a third of everything we eat and contribute £165m a year to the British agricultural economy. But they’re currently under threat as a result of climate change and habitat loss. Is there anything we can do to help? Or will we face global food shortages in the near future?
Our panel of speakers will discuss a wide range of issues, from the biology of bees to their interactions with humans and how a future without them may look. It’ll be a fascinating evening looking an underestimated and overlooked aspect of British biodiversity, and a great chance to get involved with the OUSU Environment and Ethics campaign planting nectar beds across Oxford.
Nick Mole is the policy officer at PAN UK.
Carlo Montesanti, speaking on behalf of the Bee Guardian Foundation.