Insect decline in the Anthropocene: Death by a thousand cuts

This report was originally published in PNAS Insect decline in the Anthropocene: Death by a thousand cuts David L. Wagner, Eliza M. Grames, Matthew L. Forister, May R. Berenbaum, and David Stopak. January 11, 2021118 (2) e2023989118 https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2023989118 Nature is under siege In the last 10,000 years the human population has grown from 1 million to 7.8 billion. Much of Earth’sContinue reading “Insect decline in the Anthropocene: Death by a thousand cuts”

Zoologist and TV Presenter Dr George McGavin: In His Own Words

Bio: Dr George McGavin Dr George McGavin FLS FRGS Hon. FSB Hon. FRES studied Zoology at Edinburgh University, followed by a PhD in entomology at Imperial College and the Natural History Museum in London. After 25 years as an academic at Oxford University he became an award-winning television presenter. George is an Honorary Research AssociateContinue reading “Zoologist and TV Presenter Dr George McGavin: In His Own Words”