How worried should we really be about ‘insectageddon’?
Understanding the severity of insect population declines is critical. Nature is dynamic, with constant fluctuations in specie populations at any given site and time. Britain has a long history of monitoring wildlife, and a troubling narrative of severe biodiversity decline is emerging. However, as Jane Hill argues, while we should be concerned, the data doesn't always provide the whole story, and our commitment to preserving nature should be a cause for optimism instead.
From The Guardian