Norway’s Doomsday Vault Is Getting an Upgrade

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Norway’s doomsday seed vault, intended to protect the world’s food supply in case of disaster, is undergoing a $13 million upgrade to keep it going in the face of global warming.

Norway’s doomsday seed vault is getting a $13 million

The doomsday seed vault in Norway is getting a $13 million upgrade designed to protect its priceless cache of seeds from the rising threat of climate change.

Norway Is Investing $13 Million To Upgrade Doomsday Seed

Feb 27, 2018 · Norway’s doomsday agricultural seed vault will get a $13 million upgrade to better protect world food supplies amid growing threats from climate change, the country announced.

Seed Vault in Svalbard may get a $13 million upgrade

The Svalbard Global Seed Vault could come to humanity’s rescue. To keep its valuable resources safe, Norway is spending close to $13 million to upgrade it.

Norway’s “Doomsday” Seed Vault Is Getting a $13 Million

The Global Seed Vault at the Svalbard archipelago is about to get some upgrades, Norway announced. Almost a decade since the vault opened, it now houses more than 850,000 seed samples donated by nations from all over the world for safekeeping.

Norway’s “Doomsday” Seed Vault Is Getting a $13 Million

This “doomsday vault” serves as a huge cold-storage unit for more than 850,000 seed samples, according to the Public Radio Institute, which are kept at about -18 °C (-3 °F). It serves as a backup for the other 1,750 seed banks all over the planet, each designed for food security.

Norway’s “Doomsday” Seed Vault Is Getting a $13 Million

The Global Seed Vault at the Svalbard archipelago is about to get some upgrades, Norway announced. Almost a decade since the vault opened, it now houses more than 850,000 seed samples donated by nations from all over the world for safekeeping.

The Doomsday Seed Vault Is Getting Upgrades to Withstand

The «failsafe» Svalbard Global Seed Vault in the remote Norwegian Arctic is getting some major upgrades so that it can withstand breaches related to climate change, and fulfill its mission of

Norway’s “Doomsday” Seed Vault Is Getting a $13 Million

The Global Seed Vault at the Svalbard archipelago is about to get some upgrades, Norway announced. Almost a decade since the vault opened, it now houses more than 850,000 seed samples donated by nations from all over the world for safekeeping.

Norway is giving its ‘doomsday’ seed vault a £9 million

The Svalbard Global Seed Vault, which holds around 900,000 seed samples in case of a doomsday scenario, is getting a £9 million refurbishment.

Norway’s Doomsday Seed Vault Is Getting a $12.7 Million

Norway’s Doomsday Seed Vault Is Getting a $12.7 Million Makeover After Flood. On February 23, the Norwegian government announced a proposal to upgrade the infrastructure of the vault