The future of bees
A new study suggests that bee species are favoring smaller-bodied and solitary bees as a result of climate change. What does this mean for pollinator populations and for our global food supply which relies heavily on pollinators?
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher we discuss bees and how to help support bee populations.
- Dr. Becky Irwin, Department of Applied Ecology, North Carolina State University
- Jamie Strange, Department Chair, Ohio State Department of Entomology
- Rich Hatfield, Bumble Bee Conservation Lead and Senior Endangered Species Conservation Biologist, Xerces Bumble Bee Atlas program; wild bee conservation expert
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