Future of the Environment

How gardens can boost biodiversity and help tackle climate change

A Red-tailed bumblebee collects pollen from a flower in a garden in Manchester, Britain, May 31, 2021. REUTERS/Phil Noble - RC21RN9D4JEG

Planting for pollinators is one of the Royal Horticultural Society's tips. Image: REUTERS/Phil Noble

Joe Myers
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