A spatial framework for targeting urban planning for pollinators and people with local stakeholders: A route to healthy, blossoming communities?

@article{Bellamy2017ASF,
  title={A spatial framework for targeting urban planning for pollinators and people with local stakeholders: A route to healthy, blossoming communities?},
  author={Chloe C. Bellamy and Alexander P. N. Van der Jagt and Shelley Barbour and Mike E. U. Smith and Darren Moseley},
  journal={Environmental research},
  year={2017},
  volume={158},
  pages={255-268}
}
Pollinators such as bees and hoverflies are essential components of an urban ecosystem, supporting and contributing to the biodiversity, functioning, resilience and visual amenity of green infrastructure. Their urban habitats also deliver health and well-being benefits to society, by providing important opportunities for accessing nature nearby to the homes of a growing majority of people living in towns and cities. However, many pollinator species are in decline, and the loss, degradation and… CONTINUE READING
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