What Happens When Pollinators Go Extinct?

Bees and other pollinators are at risk | Meat Your Future

Bees help pollinate 35% of the world’s food — a service worth billions of dollars each year (if not more).

But their populations are declining, and many types are at risk for extinction. Along with pesticide use, habitat loss is one of the leading causes for their decline.

Did you know that animal agriculture is the largest anthropogenic (man-made) user of land on the planet? It uses up more than 30% of the land surface and is the leading driver of deforestation and related loss of biodiversity.

Please go vegan and withdraw your support for animal products — both to help protect and restore natural habitats and for the animals who are going extinct, as well as for the billions of other animals who are exploited and slaughtered each year for foods we do not need.

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