The State of the World’s Plants

Britain’s Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, London, said 21 percent of species are under threat. The report, the first of its kind, assembled by 80 scientists, is intended to become a global reference point for the study of plants.

The study, which estimates there are a total of 390,900 plants known to science, found farming to be the biggest extinction threat, representing 31 percent of the total risk to plants.

Download the report and review  stunning insights into the human, plant, life interconnection.

State of the World's Plants


Bravo Britain’s Royal Botanic Gardens!

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