Insect Decline: How Reading Julian Bishop's 'We Saw it All Happen' Can Help Make a Difference
Insects play a vital role in our ecosystem, serving as pollinators for plants and as a food source for other animals. However, recent statistics from WWF show that insect populations are in serious decline, with some species seeing declines of up to 90% over the past decade. This is a worrying trend that has serious implications for the health of our planet.
But while the statistics may be bleak, there is still hope. One way we can make a difference is by raising awareness and understanding of this issue, and this is where "We Saw it All Happen," a new ecopoetry collection by Julian Bishop, published by Fly on the Wall Press, comes in.
Through his powerful and thought-provoking poems, Bishop explores the beauty and fragility of the natural world, including the insects that play such a vital role within it. These poems serve as a poignant reminder of the urgent need to protect and preserve our planet, and to take action to reverse the decline of insect populations.
In addition to raising awareness, "We Saw it All Happen" also offers a chance to connect with the natural world on a deeper level. Through the magic of poetry, Bishop transports us to the heart of the ecosystem, allowing us to see the world through new eyes and to experience the wonder and beauty of the natural world in a new way.
So if you're concerned about the declining insect populations and want to make a difference, consider picking up a copy of "We Saw it All Happen." By reading and sharing these poems, you'll be helping to raise awareness and understanding of this important issue, and you'll be joining Julian Bishop in his celebration and defense of the natural world.
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