The wondrous migration of Monarch butterflies from Mexico to North America is collapsing due to the multitude of obstacles created by industrial civilisation and the mendacity of corporations creating toxins that make the traditional migration routes uninhabitable.
As our carbon addiction laces the atmosphere with green house gases that are making the biosphere uninhabitable we see the demise of our pollinators and the food that manages to grow has a lower nutritional value.
We are living and dying in the perfect storm of the 6th great extinction with humans at the helm of the runaway train.
Brace for imminent impact.
How Rising CO2 Levels May Contribute To Die-Off Of Bees
Pollinators facing extinction.
“We all know about the huge declines in bee and monarch butterfly populations. Now, it turns out that in some areas nearly all insects are at risk of extinction. And if we don’t solve this problem soon, the repercussions could be huge.”
“Insects are an important part of the global ecosystem. They not only provide important pollination services, but they also occupy an important place on the bottom of the food chain for many animals. Fewer insects means less food, leading to plant and animal population declines.”