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All-Ireland Pollinator Plan

The All-Ireland Pollinator Plan and its framework is about all of us, from farmers to local authorities, to schools, gardeners and businesses, coming together to try to create an Ireland where pollinators can survive and thrive. It was developed in recognition that the decline of pollinators is a serious problem which requires immediate attention to ensure the sustainability of food production, avoid additional economic impact on the agricultural sector and protect the health of the environment. The Plan was developed on a voluntary basis and without funding by a fifteen-member steering group comprising experts from universities, relevant government departments, local authorities and interest groups.

The All-Ireland Pollinator Plan is an exemplary resource which can be easily transferred to other regions with a view to raising awareness of the economic, environmental and social value of the regulating services provided by pollinators. The first Plan covered the period 2015-2020 and a new version has been developed for 2021-2025.
AIPP: All-Ireland Pollinators Plan - InterregPROGRESS - Good Practice 2
All-Ireland Pollinator Plan 2021 to 2025 launch March 26th 2021
Blooming Bees: The All-Ireland Pollinator Plan
AIPP Working together for
All-Ireland Pollinator Plan
Councils: actions to help pollinators
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