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2nd World Botanic Gardens Scientific Congress: Challenges in Botanical Research and Climate Change

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29 June - 4 July 2008

Delft, The Netherlands

Register now for the next major BGCI Congress, "Challenges in Botanical Research and Climate Change". 

15 FEBRUARY is the submission deadline for oral presentations.


  • Conservation and Climate Change
  • Bionics
  • New Systematics
  • Future Issues

Welcome to Delft 

Technical University DelftDelft is becoming famous for its innovative plant-based research, which is helping to tackle a range of technological and environmental problems. You will be inspired to see the practical and applied solutions that are being developed in our labs and botanic garden.

The Congress will provide opportunities to share experiences and research findings from botanic gardens around the world. The programme will include talks by influential scientists and environmental leaders, facilitated discussions and practical demonstrations. A wide range of social events is also being planned.

For full details visit the congress website at

Organised by Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI) and Botanical Garden TU Delft

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