Policy and Advocacy
Many international frameworks are relevant for botanic gardens and provide valuable mechanisms to stimulate and guide their work globally for plant conservation.
The growing concern for the world’s environment has led to a significant advance in international cooperation on development and environment issues in recent years. As part of this, comprehensive international frameworks have been developed to guide countries in their formulation of national policies and the allocation of resources to meet development and environment goals.
- The Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
- Convention on Biological Diversity
- Access and Benefit-Sharing
- Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species
- The Sustainable Development Goals
- International Agenda for Botanic Gardens
Convention on Biological Diversity
Access and Benefit-Sharing
Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species
The Sustainable Development Goals
International Agenda for Botanic Gardens
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