Abundance and diversity of wild pollinators - a result of how we use our land
How we use and manage our land is crucial for wild pollinators and their survival, both globally and in a Swedish context. But what do we really know about how different land use factors affect pollinating insects?
At today's seminar, Yann Clough, Professor at the Center for Environmental and Climate Science, will present the most important trends and insights based on a growing number of national and international studies. He touches on questions such as: How is the situation for wild pollinators in Sweden compared to other parts of the world? What do changes in different types of landscapes mean for our pollinators? How does climate change affect the links between land use and pollinators? And what does that mean for and in practice.
This seminar is part of the lecture series "How to benefit wild pollinators - what does research say?", co-arranged by the County Administrative Board of Skåne and Lund University (through the thematic collaboration initiative LU Land, the Center for Environmental and Climate Science and the Department of Biology).
Note that the lecture will be held in Swedish. More information about the event and a link to the registration form can be found on our Swedish website: Antal och mångfald av vilda pollinatörer – ett resultat av hur vi brukar marken | Centrum för miljö- och klimatvetenskap (CEC) (lu.se)
About the event
Online via Zoom (A meeting link will be sent to registered participants the day before the seminar)
Researchers, societal actors and everyone interested in this topic
This event is held in Swedish.
juliana [dot] danhardt [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se