Scientists warn humanity about worldwide insect decline, and suggest ways to recognise and avert its consequences

Insect declines and extinctions are accelerating in many parts of the world. With this comes the disappearance of irreplaceable services to humans, the consequences of which are unpredictable. A group of scientists from across the globe has united to warn humanity of such dangers. Engaging civil society and policy makers is essential for the future and mutual well-being both of people and insects. In addition to mitigating climate change, an important aspect of the solution involves setting aside high-quality and manageable portions of land for conservation, and transforming global agricultural practices to promote species co-existence.

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#ICOScapes photo exhibition at the Natural History Museum

The #ICOScapes Photo Exhibition highlights unique environments where scientists work at ICOS greenhouse gas measurement stations. The photographs were taken by internationally celebrated photographer Konsta Punkka. The Photo Exhibition is open at the Natural History Museum from 23rd January to 15th March 2020

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Finnish Biodiversity Information Facility

Finnish Biodiversity Information Facility (FinBIF) compiles Finnish biodiversity information to one single service for open access sharing. invites you to browse wide range of information on species, their occurrences, distribution and scientific collections and to record and share your own observations.

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