The economic value of insect pollination services is much higher than previously thought in the US

The economic value of insect pollination services is much higher than previously thought in the US

The economic value of insect pollination services is much higher than previously thought in the US

The economic value of insect pollinators was $34 billion in the U.S. in 2012, much higher than previously thought, according to researchers at the University of Pittsburgh and Penn State University. The team also found that areas that are economically most reliant on insect pollinators are the same areas where pollinator habitat and forage quality are poor.
The economic value of insect pollination services is much higher than previously thought in the US