The Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO) has released a report titled “Potential Effects of Climate Change on Crop Pollination,” which stresses the central role of pollination in food systems and in conserving genetic diversity, and examines how climate change may impact the provision of pollination services.

The report stresses that the potential interactions between climate change and pollination are poorly understood and that more information is needed. It develops a framework for building greater knowledge on the topic by elaborating on data needs and recommendations.

To visit the FAO website click here, and to view the publication click here.