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Promoting Education and Awareness About Plant Diversity

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Ausloos, Gert, National Botanic Garden of Belgium
Are we preaching at the right level?

Carolus, Berenice, South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI), South Africa
Theme gardens and interpretation in a S. African NBG context

Delmas, Maite, Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France
Sharing science at the Natural History Museum, Paris

Fullard, Donovan, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, South Africa
Ecotourism and botanic gardens – an education perspective

Gaffney , Felicity, National Botanic Gardens of Ireland, Ireland
Schools and science in the gardens

Gavhi, Peter, Free State National Botanical Garden, South Africa
Free State NBG; educating communities about plant diversity awareness and conservation

Gilani, Aneel, Quaid-I-Azam University, Pakistan
Traditional knowledge and its importance in biodiversity conservation

Graziano, Andre, Agronomical Institute, Campinas, Brazil
Plants and humans: landscape design and the botanical education programme

Griffiths, Alistair, Eden Project, UK
Knowing your visitors, responding to their needs

Harrison, Bernard, Bernard Harrison & Friends Ltd, Singapore
Possible new directions for botanic garden development

Jiang, Houquan, Wuhan Botanical Garden, China
Promoting education about plant diversity

Kane, Ailene, New England Wildflower Society, USA
Community conservation - a grassroots approach to building a sustainable future

Kim, Yong-Shik, Yeungnam University, Korea
Formal and informal education at Daegu Arboretum

Kuzevanov, Victor, Botanic Garden of the Irkutsk State University, Russia
Communicating the mission of the Lake Baikal region botanic garden

Lewis, Caroline, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, USA
Community change with the 'Fairchild Challenge'

Maloupa, Eleni, Balkan Botanic Garden of Kroussia , Greece
What's new in a deciduous oak forest? The 'Path of Plant Biodiversity' in the Balkan Botanic Garden

Mei, Li, Nanjing Botanic Garden Mem. Sun Yat-Sen, China
Communicating the conservation message in a more interactive way

Mokoae Moletsane , Erick, South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI), South Africa
Ensuring the sustainability of environmental education programmes; contributing to the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation

Newton, Christine, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK
Whose role is it in the UK to champion plants in education?

Newton, Christine, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK
The reduction in the teaching of plant science and conservation in schools; a UK perspective

Onyango, John C., University Botanic Garden, Maseno University, Kenya
The role of Maseno University Botanic Garden in education and plant conservation

Paternoster, Monique, Conservatoire Botanique National de Mascarin, La Reunion
Trails of inheritance

Pitman, Sheryn, Botanic Gardens of Adelaide, Australia
Educating to conserve plant diversity through sustainable landscaping

Shepherd, Dan, c/o United States Botanic Garden, Washington, USA
Conservation interpretation at the United States Botanic Garden

Shepherd, Dan, Columbia University, USA
Communicating plant conservation in the USA

Smith, Robert, Mount Tomah Botanic Garden, Australia
World Heritage Links for botanic gardens - a case study

Somashekhar, BS, Foundation for Revitalisation of Local Health Traditions, India
GARDENIA: medicinal plant diversity education with rural communities in southern India

Tan, Bian, BGCI, Singapore
Raising the profile of plants in Indonesia

Vacek, Oldrich, Prague Botanic Garden, Czech Republic
Schools' education in Prague Botanic Garden

Vergou, Asimina, Bath University, UK
Flourishing collaborations - the story of Wakehurst Place, RBG Kew and a local school

Wei Har, Wong, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore
Children’s education in Singapore – responding to need

Willison, Julia, BGCI, UK
Communicating the importance of plant diversity - Reporting on the outcomes of the Target 14 meetings worldwide

Willison Julia & Kneebone, Sarah, BGCI, UK
A global snapshot of botanic garden education provision

Worsman, Rusty, Mount Tomah Botanic Garden, Australia
Ecotours - towards sustainable tourism for botanic gardens

Xu, Ling, South China Botanical Garden, China
Using images to attract visitors in botanic gardens

Ying, Zhu, Beijing Botanic Garden, China
Plant-based education, what is the picture in China?