Solar Power for Pollinators

Solar Power for Pollinators

Solar energy could be a Swiss Army knife in helping to save imperiled wildlife. Climate change is an obvious cause for renewable energy development, as solar and other forms reduce greenhouse gas emissions, helping to minimize the impacts of climate change on wildlife and their habitats. Now, solar energy is being used not only to minimize threats from climate change, but to restore habitat for pollinators. Click here to learn how!

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Michael Evans
Senior Conservation Data Scientist

As a Senior Conservation Data Scientist in the Center for Conservation Innovation at Defenders, Mike leads geoinformatics and data science projects to inform and improve conservation.