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The Bee Coalition of major UK environmental NGOs welcomes the long-awaited publication of the National Pollinator Strategy (NPS), an important step towards reversing the decline of pollinators in the UK, but stronger action is needed to protect pollinators from pesticides following mounting evidence of the threats they pose.


This article is part of a series of interviews performed by our Save The Bees interns in order to broaden the spectrum of what bees and pollination services mean to the wider community.


Members of the Bee Coalition today (Friday 18 July) welcome the Government’s public ‘Call to Action’ to help reverse the decline of bees and other pollinating insects by helping meet their needs for food and a home. The call comes ahead of the Government launching its final National Pollinator Strategy in autumn this year.