About this consultation

Consultation period
11 January 2018 - 5 April 2018

Responses to this consultation

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Consultation outcome

A factsheet and a summary of the results of the consultation are published below:

Factsheet: Public consultation on an EU pollinators initiative

Summary of the results of the public consultation

There were 66 579 replies to the public consultation. All replies are published below:

Replies to public consultation on an EU initiative for pollinators

Submitted position papers


Target group

All individuals and organisations were invited to respond to this consultation.

Objective of the consultation

The consultation aimed to collect views on the decline of pollinators in order to inform the development of an EU initiative on pollinators. The questionnaire covered the causes and consequences of pollinator declines, potential mitigation measures and the EU dimension to the problem. 

How to submit your response

The public consultation is closed.

Additional information

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