Solutions for humanity on how to conserve insects

@article{Samways2020SolutionsFH,
  title={Solutions for humanity on how to conserve insects},
  author={M. J. Samways and P. Barton and K. Birkhofer and Filipe Chichorro and Charl Deacon and T. Fartmann and Caroline Fukushima and R. Gaigher and J. Habel and C. A. Hallmann and M. J. Hill and A. Hochkirch and L. Kaila and M. Kwak and D. Maes and S. Mammola and J. Noriega and A. B. Orfinger and F. Pedraza and J. Pryke and F. Roque and J. Settele and J. Simaika and N. Stork and F. Suhling and C. Vorster and P. Cardoso},
  journal={Biological Conservation},
  year={2020},
  volume={242},
  pages={108427}
}
The fate of humans and insects intertwine, especially through the medium of plants. Global environmental change, including land transformation and contamination, is causing concerning insect diversity loss, articulated in the companion review Scientists' warning to humanity on insect extinctions. Yet, despite a sound philosophical foundation, recognized ethical values, and scientific evidence, globally we are performing poorly at instigating effective insect conservation. As insects are a major… Expand
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