Botanic Gardens Conservation International
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Publication Year: 
Apr 2011: Editorial: First word Crossroads or cul-de-sac? Mapping a social future for botanic gardens by Julia Willison & David Jeffreys
Apr 2011: Promoting education and awareness about plant conservation the Ghanaian way by George Owusu Afriye
Apr 2011: A pathway to change: environmental science career training for youth by Jennifer Schwarz Ballard
Apr 2011: Nature based therapy – an ideal role for a botanical garden? by Eva-Lena Larson
Apr 2011: Building bridges over divided communities - The work of Jerusalem Botanical Gardens by Sue Surkes
Apr 2011: Engaging British Muslims in environmental issues by Mark Bryant
Apr 2011: Towards a new social purpose: The role of botanic gardens in the 21st century by Jocelyn Dodd & Ceri Jones