Its a damming indictment of the several decades in which the Greens were in government in Germany - their farmland bird populations are in steep decline too!!
Sometimes these worries get bigger instead of smaller
Surpised that this hasn't got a mention no Pie... even RTE brought it up on their news.
Study: Insect species fall could be 'catastrophic' for Earth - CNN Video
But I was thinking to myself: Just one/two weeks back the news was all about a massive heat wave in Australia (in the meantime they have massive rains)... Where? In South... I said South Australia -- away from the equator they had a record temperature reading of 46.6 degrees Celcius. Well that means 46.6 degrees in the shade. That's nearly half way to boiling point 100 degrees celcius. So if it's that hot in the shade, what's it like in the sun? I hope the insects can find enough space in the shade out their in the outback.Study: Insect species fall could be 'catastrophic' for Earth
More than 40% of insect species could become extinct in the next few decades, according to a new report co-authored by scientists from the universities of Sydney and Queensland and the China Academy of Agricultural Sciences.
"Well, OK. Fine. As long as it comes with a steady paycheck, I'd believe whatever they wanted me to believe, as the Guy in Ghostbusters said."