Green Quiz: The Value of Pollinators

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"When did the bees last send you an invoice for pollination?" asks Pavan Sukhdev, a banker attempting to integrate nature's value into our economic system.

If bees and other pollinators were to charge us for pollinating our crops, how much would the bill come to, per year?

A) $275 million

B) $14 billion

C) $190 billion

D) $300 billion


The correct answer is C) $190 billion



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