What's Happening to Save the World's Plants?

Jul 07 , 2022 | Social Good

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China has the world's fourth richest biodiversity. But 15,000 species of potentially endangered plants have been transferred to the National Botanical Garden in Beijing, where a special research team will conserve and manage their future for next generations. Plants are critical to providing food and oxygen — and also helps to ensure that our global ecosystem thrives. Thus, our survival depends on its own wellbeing. This story by our Host James Chau.


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