How to Red List a Tree

This is a training brief to give an introduction to tree red listing for anyone working in plant conservation who is interested in undertaking a red list conservation assessment of one or more tree species. Red list assessments help to determine which species are at greatest risk of extinction. They are used to prioritise the most threatened species for conservation action, publicise their plight and provide information needed to plan the action needed to save them.

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  • How to Red List a Tree

    Conservation Prioritisation, Tree Conservation / Publication / English

 

 

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