The world's insect population is in decline — and that's bad news for humans

A bee sucks nectar from a flower in Berlin, Germany. Bee populations are in decline in industrialized nations across the globe.

Environmental author Oliver Milman says habitat loss, pesticides and local weather change are killing off bugs worldwide, which, in flip, threatens people. His new e book is The Insect Disaster.

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