Royal Botanic Gardens unveils new strategy to tackle biodiversity loss
The Royal Botanic Gardens (RBG) in Kew has today unveiled a new strategy to tackle biodiversity loss and develop sustainable nature-based solutions to some of humanity’s biggest global challenges.Specifically, the five-year strategy sets out a series of commitments to boost research into how plants and fungi can address food insecurity, climate change and deforestation. This builds on more tha
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