Svalbard Global Seed Vault, the global bank that was the only hope of humanity surviving the cataclysm, received another delivery. Its resources have been increased by 50,000 completely new seeds.
Many fear that decisions made by another US president may prove destructive to the planet’s natural environment. Fortunately, there is a global seed bank, the so-called Svalbard Global Seed Vault, which houses seeds to save humanity in the event of a global catastrophe.
Under the Arctic Circle, the underground construction, managed by The Crop Trust, received another delivery a few days ago. On February 22, nearly 50,000 seeds of various plants from around the world were delivered to the bunker. They come from the USA, Mexico, Britain, Morocco, Belarus, India, Pakistan, the Netherlands, Bosnia and many other countries. Now they will be stored in a bunker and stored for many years and will be available for future food production problems.
Svalbard Global Seed Vault is the largest single seed bank in the world, which stores species from virtually every corner of our world.