'Closing window of opportunity': Kew Gardens to ramp up biodiversity loss research

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Ariel view of Palm House | Credit:RBG Kew
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Ariel view of Palm House | Credit:RBG Kew

Royal Botanic Gardens unveils five-year plan to expand its research, communications and partnerships into biodiversity loss and nature-based solutions

The Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew has launched a new five-year plan to expand its research, communications and partnerships in a bid to help urgently put a stop to biodiversity loss and accelerate understanding...

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