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The Bee Effect - a movie about pollinators and human influence

The movie "The Bee Effect" is a movie about pollinators, the changes in the agricultural landscape and human impact. Researcher Maj Rundlöf is one of the interviewed researchers in the movie, which can be seen on SVT Play.
Maj Rundlöf in the movie Bieffekten (The Bee Effect)
About the movie:

"In recent years there has been a dramatic reduction of pollinators, mainly due to pesticides, diseases and changes in the agricultural landscape. If this trend continues a large part of our food production is under threat, and life as we know it will look very different in the future. This film is a wake-up call about an environmental disaster happening right in front of our eyes. We get to meet scientists, farmers, beekeepers and bumblebee producers from USA, Spain, Slovakia and Sweden."

Maj Rundlöf, researcher at CEC, BECC and the Biodiversity group at the Department of Biology, Lund is one of the researchers that are interviewed in the movie.

See the movie here on SVT Play or find more information about the movie and production here

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