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  • Bee populations across the world are falling due to human activities such as intensive agriculture, pesticide use, urbanization, and climate change.
  • Nearly 90% of wild flowering plants depend on animal pollinators for seed production.
  • A colony of Apis dorsata or the rock bee, a native honey bee found in India. Bees are important pollinators that ensure food security and sustaining biodiversity.
  • Green field with wind turbines in Germany. Creative Commons, Karsten Wurth, 2016.
  • Nevada Cresent Dunes Solar. Creative Commons, BLM Nevada, 2015.
  • Watchful cheetah in Botswana. Creative Commons, Andy Brunner, 2015
  • Two Giraffes in Murchison Falls NP, Uganda. Creative Commons, Justin Raycraft, 2015
  • Turbines with sunflowers in Barbate, Spain. Creative Commons, Gustavo Quepon, 2016
  • Red leaf monkeys in Borneo. Creative Commons, Paul Williams, 2012.
  • Manta ray in Mexico. Creative Commons, Lwp Kommunikáció, 2016.
  • Jomolhari Mountain in Bhutan. Creative Commons, Yannick Beaudoin, 2014.
  • Giraffe in Moremi Park, Botswana. Creative Commons, Yannick Beaudoin, 2016.
  • Butterfly with flower in Mai Chau, Vietnam. Creative Commons, G. Macfadyen, 2016
  • Bear in landscape. Creative Commons, Shane Huang, 2010.
  • Bear and Cub in Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. Creative Commons, Lisa Hupp, USFWS, 2016.
  • African bird in Zambia, Creative Commons, G. Macfadyen, 2016
  • Collecting fruit. Boromo, Burkina Faso. Creative Commons, Oliver Girard, CIFOR, 2013.
  • Kicha women prepare a meal. Napo Province, Ecuador. Creative Commons, Tomas Munita, CIFOR, 2013.
  • Glass gem corn. Creative Commons, 2015.
  • Food for the Hungry planting trees in Democratic Republic of Congo. Creative Commons, Tanya Martineau, Prospect Arts, Food for the Hungry, 2015.