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Landscape and Bees
Bees are highly mobile organisms and use different habitats in the landscape for feeding, nesting, mating and overwintering. The diversity and arrangement of different types of habitat, and its quality in terms of providing resources for bees, affects how bees can live in and use landscapes. Jane will discuss how we can use our knowledge in this area to manage landscapes for bees. Kindly sponsored by Donegal Bees.

Jan 27, 2021 08:00 PM in London

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Professor Jane Stout
Jane is an internationally renowned expert on pollinator and pollination ecology, and a prominent voice for biodiversity and its value. Her research seeks to understand how land management practices, including agriculture and urbanisation, affect ecological processes and the benefits of nature for humans. Jane works across disciplines, and with a broad range of stakeholders in public and private organisations, to improve environmental policy and practice. She leads a large team of researchers in the Plant-Animal Interactions Research group in Botany, in the School of Natural Sciences in Trinity. She is co-founder and Chair of the Board of the Irish Forum on Natural Capital www.naturalcapitalireland.com, and co-founder and deputy Chair of the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan www.pollinators.ie