Moving On from the Insect Apocalypse Narrative: Engaging with Evidence-Based Insect Conservation

Volume: 70, Issue: 1, Pages: 80 - 89
Published: Dec 18, 2019
Abstract
Recent studies showing temporal changes in local and regional insect populations received exaggerated global media coverage. Confusing and inaccurate science communication on this important issue could have counterproductive effects on public support for insect conservation. The insect apocalypse narrative is fuelled by a limited number of studies that are restricted geographically (predominantly the United Kingdom, Europe, the United States)...
Paper Details
Title
Moving On from the Insect Apocalypse Narrative: Engaging with Evidence-Based Insect Conservation
Published Date
Dec 18, 2019
Journal
Volume
70
Issue
1
Pages
80 - 89
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