BGCI Webinars

The BGCI Webinar Series will share knowledge, ideas, and updates with BGCI Members, Partners, Donors, and Supporters around the world.

BGCI is pleased to launch the BGCI Webinar Series. The BGCI Webinar Series will share knowledge, ideas, and updates with BGCI Members, Partners, Donors, and Supporters around the world.

The webinars will cover a range of subjects aligning with our strategy and BGCI projects, this will include events on red listing, forest restoration, policy and education. Webinars will take the form of a 1-2 hour session, with a facilitator and one or more presenters. We will also have time for questions. All webinars will be recorded and available to view on BGCI’s vimeo channel after the event.

We plan to host one webinar a month, with details being shared through a dedicated webinar events page on our website, and through our email newsletters. For further information on the programme and to register for one of our events please see below.

BGCI Webinars

BGCI webinar: ecological restoration

BGCI Webinar Series: Increasing Native Species Supply for Ecological Restoration

Watch the BGCI webinar on Increasing the supply of native species in ecological restoration
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BGCI Webinar Series - Jon Drori on Communicating Science

Watch the third edition of BGCI's Webinar Series with Jon Drori as we discuss communicating science and his new book!
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BGCI Global Challenge Webinar

BGCI Webinar Series - Global Challenge: Unsung Plant Scientists webinar recording

Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden and BGCI are partnering for this year’s Fairchild Global Challenge: Unsung Plant Scientists. Note that the time has been amended.
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Previous Webinars

Increasing the supply of native species in ecological restoration

Jon Drori on Communicating Science

Global Challenge: Unsung Plant Scientists

The Red List of Trees of Madagascar