No Insectinction

Insects are in decline scream the harsh headlines from countless reports and studies from across the world, some even predict 41% of insect species could be extinct by 2050 without urgent action now. Against this backdrop Buglife have launched the No Insectinction Campaign calling on global decision makers to reverse the declines through a series of measures. All of which we can also implement ourselves to a small degree to be part of the necessary global change.
We all need room to thrive, but like other wildlife; insect populations have been pinned into tiny fragments of habitat where their needs are not being looked after. The first priority to achieve No Insectinction is to protect and expand the best areas, and restore sufficient additional habitat so that there is enough room for insects to thrive and move into. 

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