Botanic Gardens Conservation International

Botanic Gardens Conservation International Related

Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh: Conservation:: Conservation policy and aims and links to current projects.

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew:: Housing the largest living plant collection in the world, Kew Gardens also undertakes research into taxonomy, economic and ethnobotany and conservation.

Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden, The:: Facility where research, education, and the display of plant biodiversity from the southern arid zone of Australia is centred.

Bird Conservation International:: A quarterly peer-reviewed journal focusing on the conservation issues affecting birds and their habitats.

Bat Conservation International:: Information about bats, their conservation and how to get involved.

International Conservation Center:: Provides an extension of the Pittsburgh Zoo's conservation, education, and breeding programs, focusing on the need to house breeding groups of threatened and endangered species, with an emphasis on African Elephants.

International Conifer Conservation Programme:: Based at the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, aiming to establish a network of safe sites throughout the UK and abroad for the conservation of conifers and their associated species.

International Mire Conservation Group:: Promoting the conservation of mires and related ecosystems, giving information on the sustainable use of mires, red lists of European wetland plants and a link to the IMCG newsletter.

International Trust for Nature Conservation:: A UK charity working mainly in Nepal and India. Gives information on species and habitat protection, monitoring, reforestation and environmental education.

Conservation International: South America:: Information on South America, the most diverse continent in terms of landscape, ecosystems and species. Includes information about threats to the continent's environment and proposed solutions.

  • New Additions: Plants
The American Phytopathological Society (APS)
Specht Lab
Georgia Plant Conservation Alliance (GPCA)