BGCI has produced a series of training materials useful for those working in botanic gardens and plant conservation. These include learning modules on CITES, access and benefit sharing and seed conservation, and public engagement webinars.
A suite of learning modules on the Convention of International Trade in Endangered Species, essential for those working in botanic gardens with CITES listed species.
A suite of modules aimed at those working in botanic gardens. These modules provide an introduction to the Convention on Biological Diversity, the Nagoya Protocol and practical implementation.
A suite of e-learning modules providing guidance on restoring forests. There are three modules in the series, which explore planning forest restoration and how to select and source appropriate native species for restoration.
These modules are essential for those working in seed banks and in botanic gardens with seed collection programmes.
A series of e-learning modules on red list assessments of trees. There are four modules in this series which together offer an introduction to tree red listing for anyone interested in getting invovled with red listing of tree species.
Here you will find a range of training resources produced by BGCI and FFI as part of the Global Trees Campaign, for anyone with an interest in tree conservation.
These resources provide information and training to aid plant health/biosecurity activities.
Here you will find a series of modules on Conservation Horticulture Techniques for Magnoliaceae (in Spanish) / Aquí encontrará una serie de módulos sobre Técnicas de Horticultura de Magnolias para la Conservación en español.
A selection of training materials for teachers on the subject of climate change.
Part of the Communities in Nature project which aimed to help botanic gardens grow their social role.