The world is experiencing an "disaster" ecological disaster because the number of insects dying at a terrible level around, a sad scientific report warns him.
Scientists predict more than 40 per cent of insect species removed from within decades; disappeared, since the insects of pesticides decline in almost all parts of the world at a constant rate of around 2.5 per cent.
The report, The decline of entomofauna all over the world, emphasizing the combination of pesticide use, intensive agriculture and climate change for unexpected deaths.
The report warns the reduction in pesticide numbers that may adversely affect its & # 39; planet and cause a broad result in the next century, according to the report.
It is said that the rate of extinction of the bees, berries and beetles is eight times faster than those of mammals, birds and reptiles.
On the other hand, it is expected that a house pavilion and cockroaches will succeed in an environment made by humans, and have evolved into pesticides and other pollutants.
The scientific survey, published in the magazine Biological Conservation, Also a third part of insect species is a danger.
This may be enough to risk the damage to the planet's ecosystems and to minimize its risk. adversely affecting the lives of people, according to the report, has already reported 73 recent reports on the decline of insects in the last 13 years.
The researchers gave a warning that agricultural retention over the last six decades was the "root cause of the problem" and had a significant impact on it. Most of the pesticide use.
The largest driver in the loss of habitat pesticides and the intimidation of land to intense agriculture and urban areas, and deforestation according to the author of the directors of Dr Francisco Sánchez-Bayo, from the University of Sydney.
"Secondly is the ever-increasing use of fertilizers and pesticides in agriculture all over the world and pollution of all kinds of products," said Dr. Sánchez-Bayo. ; The BBC.
Biological causes, such as pathogens and species introduced, are the third largest factor for habitat loss, and subsequently climate change in particular in tropical areas where temperatures can increase the impact to the range of places where they can live.
Researcher from the UK campaign company, Buglife, Matt Shardlow, said the report had made a significant impact on the role of poisoning and global warming, although other issues could be a serious badness.
"It's not just bees, or even about pollination and self-feeding – the reduction also includes red deer beans that reappear Disposal of rubbish and butterflies such as a dragonfly that begins to live in rivers and ponds, "said Mr Shardlow. The BBC.
"It is becoming increasingly clear that our world's ecology is breaking and there is a need for a huge and global effort to stop these horrifying movements. There is no reasonable option to & # 39; let's eliminate the life of the insect insects, "he said.