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Kew focuses science strategy on tackling biodiversity loss

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Botanic garden’s five-year plan aims to develop sustainable “nature-based solutions” to biggest global challenges

The Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew has unveiled a science strategy that it says will focus the work of its 350 scientists on biodiversity loss over the next five years.

“The next few years provide a closing window of opportunity for societies to protect and sustainably use Earth’s remaining biodiversity and to restore what we have degraded,” said Kew’s director of science, Alexandre Antonelli.

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