Room for insects to thrive

No Insectinction – how to solve the insect declines crisis

Room for insects to thrive

We all need room to thrive but, like other wildlife, insect populations have been pinned into tiny fragments of habitat where their needs are not being looked after.

The first priority to achieve ‘No Insectinction’ is to protect and expand the best areas, and restore sufficient additional habitat so that there is enough room for insects to thrive and to move into.

We must repair connections through our damaged landscapes, ultimately restoring a vibrant land where insects are abundant, where they can fulfil their important ecological roles, and where they will continue to delight and inspire future generations.

Protecting the most important areas for insects

Connecting Landscapes and Wildlife

Accommodating aquatic insects

Insect havens in towns and cities

We can stop, and reverse the global declines in our insects, but only if everyone pulls together to do their bit.

Small steps can have a huge impact if they all fall at the same time Five things you can do to reverse insect declines

Male banded demoiselle {Calopteryx splendens}, silhouetted against the 'moon', Lower Tamar Lakes, Cornwall, UK. June 2014.

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