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Descriere: epa09545513 An indigenous Protea cynaroides, also called the king protea Fynbos flower growing at the African National Biodiversity Institute's (SANBI) Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden in Cape Town, South Africa 24 October 2021 (issued 25 October 2021). According to the Convention on Biological Diversity, it is now widely recognized that climate change and biodiversity are interconnected. Biodiversity makes an important contribution to both climate change mitigation and adaptation. Conserving and sustainably managing biodiversity is critical to addressing climate change. Established in 2004 the South African National Biodiversity Institute's (SANBI) mandate is to promote all aspects of biodiversity as a mitigation measure against climate change. In addition to managing the National Botanical and Zoological Gardens, SANBI plays a leadership role in generating, coordinating, and interpreting the knowledge and evidence required to support policies and decisions relating to all aspects of biodiversity. Environmental organizations have kept calling on world leaders to put more effort into addressing the effects of climate change as the UK prepares to host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow from 31 October to 12 November 2021. EPA/NIC BOTHMA
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ID fotografie: 15063040
Redactor: EPA
Locatie: Cape Town - South Africa
Dimensiune: 8640 x 5760 px
Realizat: 2021-10-24
Introdus: 2021-10-25 18:15:17


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