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Protecting Pollinators: How to Save the Creatures That Feed Our World

Book review by Lee Schneider

Climate change is a giant problem to solve, so it comes as a surprise that some of our planet’s smallest inhabitants, bees, bats, and butterflies, can help us understand climate change and perhaps do the right thing by the planet.

A publication and podcast about the future of food.

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Lee Schneider

Lee Schneider

Podcast producer. Author. Television escapee. Founder of @redcupagency. Co-founder of FutureX Network. Co-founder of 3 children. Married to a goddess.

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