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Science from IPBES Pollination Report at Heart of New Global 'Trillion Bees' Coalition to Develop Projects and Actions to Protect Pollinators

A new global coalition is coming together with a mission to raise awareness to reverse biodiversity loss and save our planet’s pollinators. To be presented for the first time at COP28 in Dubai this December, the new global coalition Trillion Bees is inviting businesses, organisations and industry leaders to join its mission and ‘Bee The Change’ to help protect the world’s pollinators.

The network aims to be a new global coalition and unified force of science-led individuals, businesses and organisations committed to raising awareness and driving behaviour change to create a world where pollinators thrive, in order to sustain healthy ecosystems and secure the wellbeing of people and nature.

"Over the next 7 years, we’re set to engage and mobilise over 2 billion people worldwide, and aim to raise over $1 billion dollars to support nature restoration and transformative projects to save our pollinators," the Coalition has pledged.

Trillion Bees is a science-led initiative supported by a scientific advisory board of some of the world’s leading scientists, chaired by Professor Simon Potts (co-Chair IPBES Pollination Assessment). The board is currently developing the Theory of Change (a methodology of projects and expected outcomes), which is based on the IPBES [Pollinators] Assessment Report and decisions adopted by the UN Biodiversity Conference COP13, and will be the organisation’s north star for action.

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