Studies: Climate change threatens bees, flowers, food

USA Today: Climate change could threaten the pollination of plants and the watering of crops, both of which could affect food security, according to two studies released this week. New Canadian research suggests climate change may be causing flowers to open before bees wake up from hibernation, so the bees don't get early nectar and the flowers aren't pollinated. The findings could apply to a wide range of flowering plants such as tomatoes and strawberries. "Bee numbers may have declined ......

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