They contribute to the pollination of one-third of the world’s global food supply. Without them, many of our crops would disappear, limiting food diversity and more importantly, overall supply.
Restoring floral diversity and abundance is critical for a multitude of organisms, including species important for human survival (bees, wasps, butterflies etc). The insect decline is now well known globally.
Mats’ goal is to increase pollen and nectar sources in a large landscape under restoration, for the benefit of native endangered Nordic Dark Bee and wild solitary bees and other pollinators. In three years, we expect the number of flowers to have more than doubled in the area.
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The United Nations Development Goals are the world’s best plan of action to secure the future of our planet.
When you donate to impactor Mats through this initiative, you’re directly supporting goal #15 Life on land; protect and restore ecosystems and forests to halt and reverse biodiversity loss.