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ERA public symposium and meeting at Royal Botanical Gardens

The 4th public symposium and annual meeting of the Ecological Restoration Alliance of Botanic Gardens was held from 3-5 October in Ontario, Canada. Hosted by Royal Botanical Gardens, the symposium which had the theme ‘Ecological Restoration in Urban Areas’, attracted ...

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Call for papers and posters for the international symposium “La cartographie de la flore, un outil au service des politiques publiques de la biodiversité”

Call for papers and posters for the international symposium “La cartographie de la flore, un outil au service des politiques publiques de la biodiversité” a tribute to Professor Pierre Dupont: Botanic Gardens Conservation International

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Xishuangbanna Declaration on Plant Conservation

The Xishuangbanna Declaration on Plant Conservation was released after unanimous approval from the participants in the Xishuangbanna International Symposium, “Saving All the Plants in a Changing World”, Botanic Gardens Conservation International

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Arboretum Doña Inés accounces 12-acre land transfer

The Luis Muñoz Marín Foundation in Puerto Rico announces the 12-acre Arboretum Doña Inés land transfer from the Municipality of San Juan. Thursday, January 10, 2019, marks the 111th Birth of the former first lady, Doña Inés María Mendoza Botanic ...

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Newly published: CPC Best Plant Conservation Practices

The Center for Plant Conservation is pleased to announce the publication of CPC Best Plant Conservation Practices to Support Species Survival in the Wild. We urge practitioners to review the new guidelines that reflect updated knowledge about best scientific practice. ...

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BGCI/ArbNet Partnership Programme. Phase 2 grants awarded

Four new international botanic garden partnerships have been created through Phase 2 of the BGCI/ArbNet partnership programme. Small grants have been awarded to support the activities of three of these partnerships. Botanic Gardens Conservation International

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30% of Nothofagus species threatened with extinction

The Red List of Nothofagus was published this month (February) by BGCI and has revealed that 30% of all Nothofagus species are threatened with extinction. This is the latest publication for the Global Tree Assessment. Botanic Gardens Conservation International

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