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Spain’s National Strategy for the conservation of pollinators was approved by the Sectoral Conference on the Environment on 21 September 2020. 

The Strategy presents the state of pollinators and the main causes of their decline. Based on this diagnosis, it sets objectives and announces measures in four major areas of action:

  1. Promotion of favourable habitats;
  2. Improved management of pollinators and reduction of risks from pests, pathogens and invasive species;
  3. Reduction of the risk derived from the use of phytosanitary products;
  4. Carrying out research that helps to cover existing knowledge gaps and to disseminate and facilitate access to this information.

The Spanish National Strategy for the Conservation of Pollinators (2021 – 2030) can be accessed here.

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