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Botanic Gardens: Using Biodiversity to improve human well-being Pamphlet – 2006


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Two of the biggest challenges faced by humankind are the conservation of our environmental resources and the elimination of poverty. It is increasingly recognised that these problems are interlinked: the goods and services provided by natural resources are needed to improve well-being, whilst for conservation to succeed it must relate to the poors needs. This is reflected by all major international policies focused on development or conservation, such as the Millennium Development Goals, and the Convention on Biological Diversity. BGCI believes that biodiversity conservation and poverty reduction must be linked if we are to succeed in either aim. This report highlights how botanic gardens across the world are involved in a variety of projects that use biodiversity to improve human well-being.

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