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10 April 2019
9 April 2019
BGCI Advanced Conservation Practitioner Accreditation launched by BGCI and first BGCI Accredited Advanced Conservation Practitioners accounced.
Provisional programme and registration form now available for the international symposium "La cartographie de la flore, un outil au service des politiques publiques de la biodiversité"
22 March 2019
Provisional programme and registration form now available 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:
21 March 2019
BGCI's IPSN network is carrying out a research project to assess the distribution of Rose Rosette Virus in Botanic Gardens.
19 March 2019
Five 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 four of these partnerships.
14 March 2019
Today, BGCI publishes The Red List of Tovomita, a Neotropical genus of Clusiaceae. Four species, (8%), are assessed as threatened, 26 species (52%) as Least Concern, 19 species (38%) as Data Deficient, and a single species is assessed as Near Threatened (2%).
11 March 2019
The First International Shenzhen Flower Show will be held at the Fairy Lake Botanical Garden (FLBG) from March 22nd to the 31st, 2019. The theme of the Flower Show is Flowering Shenzhen, Flourishing Life, and the theme flower, Matthiala incana, symbolizes eternal love and beauty.
7 March 2019
85% of children attending an organised open day at the Sharjah Seed Bank and Herbarium said their experience had: “increased their interest in science”. Just one of the conclusions that resulted from a successful Schools’ Project...
26 February 2019