Breathing Planet Programme Strategy 3 - Help for habitats
Kew is helping to implement global plant and fungal conservation programmes, such as the creation of new, sustainably managed areas, through established and new partnerships, in countries richest in diversity and geographical extent of remaining wild vegetation.
This strategy refers specifically to in-situ conservation: where Kew takes action on the ground, with partners, to conserve wild plants in areas where they are threatened.
Read about the Help For Habitats Science Projects
Darwin Initiative Assessment of the Coastal Biodiversity of Anegada, British Virgin Islands - Project completed (2003-06)
Monitoring and Managing Biodiversity Loss in South-East Africa's Montane Ecosystems
(project completed 2009)
Assessing and conserving plant diversity in commercially managed tropical rainforests in Sabah - COMPLETED 2010.
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