There are no pest species!

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Plea for a change of perspective on the protection of biodiversity With the advent of the techno-industrial society, most of us city dwellers have lost direct contact with the millions of species of plants and animals with which we share the planet. Victims of ignorance and cognitive biases, we often have a limited, distorted and ultimately dangerous vision for the very survival of our own species. Our utilitarian society has become accustomed to classifying plants and animals in two large catch-all categories: on the one hand, the « useful », and on the other hand, the « useless » or even the « harmful ». It is urgent to become aware of the deadly character of this binary logic, which is unfortunately much more widespread than we think, even when we think we are doing good for the environment. The study of pollinators is a good entry point to better understand the multiple interactions between species and the need to preserve biodiversity in a systemic way. APIS MELLIFERA, THE SUPERS …
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