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Roots: Browse by article

roots Education JournalWelcome to the online archive of Roots, the education review for botanic gardens.

Please browse the journal archives by year using the drop-down.

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The articles in Roots are published here two years after publication. To get your own copy as soon as it is printed, you can sign up for the BGCI Education Pack at very low cost.

Publication Year: 
Oct 2008: Editorial: Taking a leaf out of Darwin’s book by Julia Willison
Oct 2008: Evolution holds the Key by Tracy Greenfield
Oct 2008: Le Design comme outil pédagogique by Didier Rousseau-Navarre
Oct 2008: A walk through time by Mara Sugni
Oct 2008: Darwin ‘down under’ by Janelle Hatherly & Sophie Daniel
Oct 2008: Darwin’s garden: an evolutionary adventure by George Shakespear
Oct 2008: The great plant hunt by Angela McFarlane
Oct 2008: Teaching children to tackle big questions by Sue Johnson
Oct 2008: Darwin the botanist by David Kohn
Apr 2008: Editorial: If you can’t stand the heat - get into the garden by Julia Willison
Apr 2008: Plants that travel the world by Christine Newton, Susan Allan and Mary Smith
Apr 2008: Sailing to save the world! by Rowena Ewens
Apr 2008: Climate change - a community centred approach by The Green Belt Movement (GBM)
Apr 2008: Here comes the sun: gardening with the weather by Alison Darby
Apr 2008: Educating by degrees: raising public awareness about climate change by Luiza Chomenko, José Fernando Vargas, Elisabete Monlleo M. da Silva
Apr 2008: Understanding climate change through citizen science by Jennifer Schwarz, Kayri Havens, Pati Vitt
Apr 2008: Hard choices: reinventing the modern world so that it is compatible with nature by Sarah Kneebone
Apr 2008: The heat is on for Africa - botanic gardens, education and climate change by Nopasika Malta Qwathekana and G. Midgley
Apr 2008: Climate change: the evidence is clear – now for the action by Barrie Pittock