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Política Agrícola Común y Polinizadores

Recomendaciones para garantizar que la PAC post-2020 ayuda a los polinizadores

Los insectos polinizadores continúan disminuyendo en Europa a pesar del creciente enfoque de la Política Agrícola Común en la protección del medio ambiente. Los expertos en polinizadores de toda Europa han identificado la necesidad de mejorar la calidad de los hábitats a través de una gestión más específica y un marco de monitoreo sólido. Dado que hábitats individuales generalmente no brindan todos los recursos que requieren los polinizadores, se requieren iniciativas a nivel de paisaje que respalden una variedad de hábitats que son complementarios en los recursos ofrecidos.

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