Greater grassland biodiversity leads to more ecosystem services

Greater grassland biodiversity leads to more ecosystem services

Grasslands provide many important services for people, including food production, soil development, climate regulation and recreation.

The more it swarms, crawls and flies, the better for people who benefit from the varied services provided by nature, according to the finding of a study by more than 60 researchers from a number of universities, including the Institute of Plant Sciences at the University of Bern, Switzerland, and the Senckenberg Biodiversity & Climate Research Centre in Germany.

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