Welcome to the latest issue of our magazine, in which we look at the current impacts of climate change. This year, the focus is on a topic that requires special attention: rising temperatures and the resulting increase in insect populations. Climate change is having a significant impact on the ecosystem and our way of life. We take a close look at this issue and examine how it is affecting our environment and our society.
Cover story: The devastating effects of global warming on the insect world
Rising temperatures due to climate change are having a direct impact on insect populations worldwide. We analyze how changes in climate are affecting the behavior, distribution and life cycles of insect species. Experts warn of dramatic impacts on ecosystems, agriculture, and human health.
Feature: Insects as key players in the ecosystem.
Insects play a crucial role in the ecological balance. In this article, we highlight their importance as pollinators of plants, their role in food chains, and their function as natural pest controllers. Climate change threatens their existence and could lead to serious consequences that we cannot ignore.
Expert interview: Climate change and the spread of invasive species.
Climate change not only favors the proliferation of native insects, but also facilitates the spread of invasive species. We speak with a renowned expert to understand how these invasive species threaten native flora and fauna and what measures can be taken to curb their spread.
Possible solutions: Sustainable agriculture and insect conservation
To counteract the negative effects of climate change on insects, we need to promote sustainable agricultural practices and insect conservation. In this article, we present innovative approaches based on organic farming, bee-friendly measures and biodiversity conservation.
Focus: Society's role in the fight against climate change
Climate change requires collective action. We look at society's role in this fight and how each individual can help slow global warming and protect insect habitats. From individual action to political engagement, we highlight how together we can make a difference.