World Food Security?

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Bee searching for nectar in a flower. In the process of searching nector thousands of pollen grain stick to the body and get transferred from one flower to another. This process is called as pollination. It is a key driving force controlling biodiversity and food production. Bees control the multi-billion dollar food industry. However, these key organisms are threatened due to continuous and overuse of pesticides, climate change, pollution and habitat destruction.

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