Kew is making a significant and unique contribution to exploring global plant diversity in many ways.
Empowering our partners to prioritise delivery of on-the-ground conservation.
Kew is working in Indonesian New Guinea to identify rare and threatened habitats, and to designate these as tropical important plant areas to provide for their sustainable use and protection.
Sharing knowledge and supporting partner organisations and local communities to boost the sustainability of their natural habitats.
Kew is partnering with Colombia’s scientific body, Colciencias, to discover, identify and name key plants and fungi.
Working with communities where nutritional, health and biodiversity issues are of paramount importance.
Kew is leading a project to improve the capacity of Ethiopia’s coffee sector to survive climate change.
As the challenges facing humanity evolve, the need for Kew’s expertise has never been greater.
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Kew isn’t just a beautiful garden. Our world-leading expertise and knowledge of plant diversity is helping to tackle some of the toughest challenges that our planet is facing; climate change, environmental sustainability, food shortage, disease.
As the global leader in plant conservation, we help to protect the diversity of the Earth’s ecosystems by understanding and conserving the world’s plant life; saving the plants and fungi that might one day save us.