A very strong building was built at the North Pole to save the seeds from the official worldwide operational. Facility known as the Dome of the Resurrection (Doomsday Vault) is created within a frozen mountain on the Svalbard Islands, Norway, 1100 kilometers from the north pole.
This dome will serve to save the seeds from around the world to protect the germplasm. The hope, in the event of major disasters that struck the world, seeds are stored in the dome will be a source of human salvation before the famine.
Because the function as the savior of mankind, the dome of the Dome was named Doomsday (Doomsday Vault). Dome is located inside a frozen mountain on the Svalbard Islands, Norway, 1100 kilometers from the North Pole.
In a statement, Prime Minister of Norway Jens Stoltenberg called the Svalbard Global Seed Vault is our redemption policy. "This is the 'Noah's Ark' to protect the biological diversity of future generations," said Jens Stoltenberg in the opening ceremony of the dome.
A monumental event was also attended by European Commission President Jose Manual Barroso and 2004 Nobel Peace Prize, Wangari Maathai, from Kenya.
Once established, the dome is located in the belly of the mountain 127.5 meters deep this will save a backup of hundreds of seeds from seed banks around the world. The room in which to load 4.5 million seed samples.
Dome of the construction cost of U.S. $ 9.1 million-a collaboration the Global Crop Diversity Trust, an institution funded UN agencies for food business or the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization) and Biodiversity International, based in Rome, Italy, expected to be able to a future solution for the survival of human life.