Global Conservation Consortia

The Global Conservation Consortia aim to mobilise a coordinated network of institutions and experts to collaboratively develop and implement comprehensive conservation strategies for priority threatened plant groups.

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To accelerate effective conservation of global plant diversity, BGCI is coordinating a suite of Global Conservation Consortia (GCC), which catalyse groups of institutions and experts to collaboratively develop and implement comprehensive strategies to prevent extinction of priority threatened plant groups. Primary objectives include coordinated in situ and ex situ conservation efforts and dissemination of species recovery knowledge.

For more information on the GCC initiative, please contact GCC@bgci.org

 

  • Global Conservation Consortium for Oak
  • Global Conservation Consortium for Magnolia
  • Global Conservation Consortium for Acer
  • Global Conservation Consortium for Rhododendron
  • Global Conservation Consortium for Dipterocarps

Global Conservation Consortium for Oak

The Global Conservation Consortium for Oak brings together the world’s oak experts, conservationists, and the botanic garden community to ensure that no wild species of oak becomes extinct.

Global Conservation Consortium for Magnolia

The Global Conservation Consortium for Magnolia has been established to ensure that no wild species of Magnolia becomes extinct.

Global Conservation Consortium for Acer

The overriding aim of the Global Conservation Consortium for Acer is to ensure that no wild species of Acer becomes extinct.

Global Conservation Consortium for Rhododendron

The Global Conservation Consortium for Rhododendron has been established to bring together the world’s Rhododendron experts, conservationists and the botanic garden community.

Global Conservation Consortium for Dipterocarps

The Global Conservation Consortium for Dipterocarps brings together the world’s Dipterocarp experts, conservationists, and the botanic garden community to ensure that no wild Dipterocarp species becomes extinct

Become a Member

Be part of the largest network of botanic gardens and plant conservation experts in the world by joining BGCI today!

Support BGCI

You can support our plant conservation efforts by sponsoring membership for small botanic gardens, contributing to the Global Botanic Garden Fund, and more!