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Restoration of a tropical forest remnant with the aid of historical records and ex situ plant collections, Yunnan

Local project coordinator: Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG), Jinghong The overall goal of this project is to build stronger public support for the restoration of tropical forests remnants on limestone near the Xishuangbanna National Na...

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Organisations Society for Ecological Restoration   Journals Restoration Ecology - produced by the Society for Ecological Restoration Ecological Restoration - published four times a year Ecological Management and Restoration - published thr...

Why Botanic Gardens?

Botanic gardens are uniquely positioned to play a leadership role in ecological restoration on a global scale. Over the centuries, botanic gardens have accumulated a wealth of knowledge on the genetic, physiological, horticultural and ecological char...

Fairchild Challenge/BGCI Global Competition 2012 - Finalists

BGCI is delighted to present the finalists of the 2011/12 Fairchild Challenge/BGCI Global Competition.  We will announce the top 10 finalists on May 14th, the top 5 finalists on May 16th and the winners on May 18th - Plant Conservation Day.&nbs...

Case Study: Investing in Nature - BG Exchange Leads to Major Exhibition

For thousands of years, Chinese artists have drawn inspiration from their country’s rich and diverse landscape. Today, thanks to BGCI's support, their work is helping thousands of people understand how vibrant, unique and beautiful their country is – and how important it is to protect it.

What is Ecological Restoration

Ecosystems are being used unsustainably worldwide, and many are at risk of being lost forever. In many parts of the world, ecosystems are no longer providing essential services, such as food and water production, climate regulation, carbon storage, c...

BGCI International Advisory Council

Click here to access theBGCI IAC intranet(restricted access) Hu Yonghong (Shanghai Chenshen BG) Nigel Taylor (Singapore BG) Gerry Donnelly (Morton Arboretum) Jean Franczyk (Chicago BG) Gunter Fischer (Kadoorie Farm & BG) Zha...

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The Ecological Restoration Alliance is an association of botanic gardens actively engaged in ecological restoration. Members of the Alliance have agreed to support efforts to scale up the restoration of damaged, degraded and destroyed ecosystems arou...

TOP 10 FINALISTS BGCI/Fairchild Challenge Global Competition 2011/2012

BGCI is delighted to announce the top 10 finalists of the 2011/12 Fairchild Challenge/BGCI Global Competition. From this ten, the top five will be announced on May 16th and top three (1st, 2nd and 3rd) will be announced on May 18th. Check back to s...

SEABG Network Conference

Every two years the Southeast Asia Botanic Garden (SEABG) Network holds a conference to bring together members and provide capacity building on priority themes determined by the network. Previous meetings:  2004: Singapore Botanic Gardens...

Members

Our members:Executive Council members: Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI) Kings Park and Botanic Garden, Australia Missouri Botanical Garden, USA Members: Atlanta Botanical Garden, USA  Brackenhurst Botanic Garden, Ken...

Biodiversity Workshops in China

A series of training workshops on biodiversity conservation and education for China botanic gardens are planned for the next 4 years. The workshops will train staff in conservation techniques, information technology, botanic garden management and environmental education methods and interpretation.

6GBGC plenary videos

Videos of the plenary sessions at 6GBGC are provided below. These include: Opening ceremony:   Welcome address from the Vice-Mayor of the City of Geneva: Sami Kanaan Welcome and presentation of the Conservatory and Botanical Gardens of the ...

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Hong Kong SAR Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Garden Shing Mun Arboretum AFCD Lions Nature Education Centre Education centre spon...

BGCI Patron Gardens

Patron Gardens are crucial to the future of BGCI BGCI’s Patron Gardens support our work both financially and with in-kind donations. They include some of the largest, most influential gardens in the world, and are entitled to the followin...

BGCI Travel Scholarship Programme 2004/05

As part of the HSBC Investing in Nature programme, BGCI travel scholarships are being offered to botanic garden staff from Mainland China and Hong Kong SAR in 2003-2006. The travel scholarships are intended to suppo...

Botanic Garden Networks in Asia

Please explore this page for contacts in regional and national botanic garden networks and plant conservation organisations throughout Asia. Regional Networks Southeast Asia Botanic Garden (SEABG) Network Secretariat: Dr. Cecilia Koo Botanic Conse...

Southeast Asia Botanic Garden (SEABG) Network

The SEABG Network was established in 2004 to acknowledge, support and promote the work of botanic gardens in the region. It also serves as a joint platform to contribute towards implementing the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), in particular...

Календарь мероприятий

Российские21–26 мая 2006 Санкт-Петербург, Ботанический институт им. В.Л. Комарова РАНI (IX) Международная конференция молодых ботаников Эл. ...

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Understanding and documenting plant diversityConserving plant diversityUsing plant diversity sustainablyPromoting education and awareness about plant diversity If you can update any of the errors or omissions on these pages please let us know using o...

IPSN News

News and updates for the International Plant Sentinel Network

5th Southeast Asia Botanic Gardens Network Meeting

      Eka Karya Bali Botanic Gardens, Bali, Indonesia 2 – 5 November 2015 Programme Outline   Background The Southeast Asia Botanic Gardens (SEABG) network was set up in 2004 to acknowledge, support a...

8th International Congress on Education in Botanic Gardens

  BGCI Education Congress Summary ReportEducation and the GSPC From 12-16 November 2012, BGCI’s 8th International Congress on Education in Botanic Gardens was held in Mexico City and hosted by the Institute of Biology Botanic Gar...

African Botanic Gardens Network Bulletin 7

AFRICAN BOTANIC GARDENS NETWORKBULLETIN NO. 7August, 2003Conservation Manuals for the Congothis article was submitted by BGCI on behalf of the authorsA series of 4 booklets has recently been produced to encourage villagers in the lower Congo to conse...