Scientists have been ringing alarm bells about the symptoms of biodiversity loss and ecosystem collapse for years. Unfortunately, they have no remedy for the culprits, such as selfishness, greed and a lack of empathy. Also, all the petitions we have signed in the last 10 years did not lead to any change. Since 1990, 80% of all flying insects have disappeared and if we cannot stop this trend, it probably will increase to 99% by 2030. In some provinces in China, people already have to climb apple trees to pollinate them manually with brushes. Insects are very important because they are at the beginning of the food chain’, says Midas Dekkers, Dutch biologist and writer.