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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Alexandre Antonelli, director of science at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, talks to Chris Seekings about how the untapped properties of plants and fungi could hold the key to tackling some of humanity’s greatest challenges
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