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Why urban gardens are a lifeline for the world's pollinators

Urban areas might be better for pollinators than previously thought. Image: Unsplash

Nicholas Tew

PhD Candidate in Community Ecology, University of Bristol

Jane Memmott

Professor of Ecology, University of Bristol

Katherine Baldock

Senior Lecturer in Ecology, Northumbria University, Newcastle

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